Joey Polewarczyk, Jr. Wins 48th Annual People’s United Bank Milk Bowl
Rossi, MacAskill and Christmam Earn Thunder Road Championships

Barre, VT – Hudson, New Hampshire’s Joey “Pole” Polewarczyk, Jr. earned his second big American-Canadian Tour win in a month at the 48th Annual People’s United Bank Milk Bowl at Thunder Road International Speedbowl in Barre, VT. Pole, who won the second annual ACT Invitational at New Hampshire Motor Speedway in September, won the first 50-lap segment of the Milk Bowl after missing his fourth career pole award by just 22 one-thousandths of a second. He completed his win by finishing seventh and fourth respectively in the final two 75-lap segments. Pole’s win earned him a check of over $10,000 in the non-point counting event.

Pole sitter Brian Hoar held the lead at the beginning of the third segment as he sped his way through to the front while Pole was stuck in heavy traffic. Once the traffic cleared Pole methodically worked his way to the front and eventually got around Hoar to seal the win with a combined 12 points. Hoar would use his third segment finish of fifth to claim second after a tie breaker with last year’s Milk Bowl Champion John Donahue, who claimed third. The two both finished with 20 points but Hoar’s better finish in the final segment earned him the spot.

Brent Dragon and Joey Laquerre completed the top five, while Patrick Laperle, Eric Williams, Dave Pembroke, Jamie Fisher and Ben Rowe rounded out the top ten. The three segments were won by Pole, Pete Potvin, and Jean-Paul Cyr.

The Bond Auto Tiger Sportsmen completed their 2010 season with a 50 lap main event. Bradford, VT’s Derrick O’Donnell picked up his third win of the season, while Tom Therrien, Mike Ziter, Eric Badore and Troy Gray completed the top five. Tony Rossi of Peacham, VT used his sixth place finish to earn the 2010 Bond Auto Tiger Sportsmen track championship.

The Allen Lumber Street Stocks also concluded their championship season with Williamstown, VT’s Mike MacAskill taking the crown. Sid Sweet, Jr. also of Williamstown took the feature win followed by Ron Gabaree, Tim Campbell, Will Hennequin and Alex Whitcomb rounding out the top five.

Cabot, VT’s Ken Christman finished of his dominating Junkyard Warrior Championship season with his 12th win in just 18 starts. He was followed by Kevin Dodge, Mike Devino, Fred Schroeder and Matt Leblanc.

The 2010 Thunder Road International Speedbowl season has come to the a close. The ACT Late Model Tour has one event remaining at Waterford Speedbowl in Waterford, CT next Saturday and Sunday, October 9th and 10th. The ACT Bond/WIX Tiger Tour also has one event remaining next Saturday, October 9th at Riverside Speedway in Groveton, NH.

48th Annual People’s United Bank Milk Bowl
Thunder Road International Speebowl
Sunday, October 3, 2010
Unofficial Results
Pos Car # Driver Hometown Total Pts

1 97NH Joey Polewarczyk, Jr. Hudson, NH 12

2 37VT Brian Hoar Williston, VT 20

3 26VT John Donahue Graniteville, VT 20

4 55VT Brent Dragon Milton, VT 22

5 15VT Joey Laquerre E. Montpelier, VT 29

6 91QC Patrick Laperle St-Denis, QC 30

7 7VT Eric Williams Hyde Park, VT 31

8 44VT Dave Pembroke Montpelier, VT 32

9 18VT Jamie Fisher Shelburne, VT 34

10 10NH Ben Rowe Turner, ME 34

11 14VT Phil Scott Montpelier, VT 34

12 7ME Glen Luce Turner, ME 38

13 55NH Brad Leighton Center Harbor, NH 40

14 78NH Quinny Welch Lancaster, NH 41

15 89VT Scott Payea Milton, VT 41

16 8VT Richard Lowrey Charlotte, VT 42

17 32VT Jean-Paul Cyr Milton, VT 44

18 41VT Pete Potvin III Graniteville, VT 47

19 05VT Craig Bushey Cambridge, VT 48

20 57ME #Austin Theriault Fort Kent, ME 56

21 16NY Mark Lamberton Mooers Forks, NY 58

22 68VT Brooks Clark Fayston, VT 58

23 16NH Travis Fadden N. Haverhill, NH 60

24 6VT Cris Michaud E. Montpelier, VT 61

25 42VT Matt White Northfield, VT 65

26 00VT Mike Bailey South Barre, VT 73

27 12VT Reno Gervais Island Pond, VT 75

28 81VT Grant Folsom Waitsfield, VT 80

29 75VT Pete Fecteau Morrisville, VT 85

30 02NH Randy Potter Groveton, NH 85

Bond Auto Tiger Sportsmen Unofficial Feature Top Ten

Pos Car # Driver Hometown

1 68 Derrick O’Donnell Bradford, VT

2 48 Tom Therrien Hinesburg, VT

3 26 Mike Ziter Williamstown, VT

4 04 Eric Badore Milton, VT

5 5 Troy Gray Fairlee, VT

6 90 Tony Rossi Peacham, VT

7 31 Shawn Fleury Middlesex, VT

8 29 #Jason Allen Barre, VT

9 94 Brendan Moodie Wolcott, VT

10 58 Jimmy Hebert Williamstown, VT

Allen Lumber Street Stocks/Junkyard Warriors Unofficial Top Ten

Pos Car # Driver Hometown

1 51ss #Sid Sweet Jr. Williamstown, VT

2 9ss Ron Gabaree Barre, VT

3 34ss Tim Campbell, Sr. W. Topsham, VT

4 47ss William Hennequin Morrisville, VT

5 78ss #Alex Whitcomb Montpelier, VT

6 43ss Jamie Davis Wolcott, VT

7 3ss Micheal MacAskill Williamstown, VT

8 92ss Garry Bashaw Lincoln, VT

9 33ss #Thomas Placey Bradford, VT

10 6ss Daniel Lathrop Hyde Park, VT