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Raging Bull to sponsor Corey LaJoie in the Daytona 500: Corey is the son of former Two Time Xfinity Champion Randy LaJoie a native of Norwalk, CT

Courtesy: Kickin’ the Tires Blog


By Sarah Handy, Staff Writer

Go Fas Racing has announced that will sponsor Corey LaJoie and his No. 32 Ford Mustang in the 62nd annual Daytona 500 next month. is the top stock market education website located in the United States. Subscribers of the website can benefit from trading and stock market coaching in addition to education and resources working with skilled traders.

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Corey LaJoie and his No. 32 Ford saw solid finishes when the NASCAR Cup Series visited the famed Daytona International Speedway in 2019.

LaJoie brought home a solid sixth place finish in July’s Coke Zero Sugar 400 which was a best career finish for the driver known as SuperShoe as well as his Go Fas Racing team.

“We’re really excited to welcome to the Go Fas Racing team especially for our premier race of the season, the Daytona 500,” said driver Corey LaJoie. “We had some really good finishes at the superspeedways last year and hopefully we can put this blue-and-white Ford up front for the biggest race of the season and start the 2020 season on the right foot.”

The No. 32 Ford Mustang will be on track for all of NASCAR’s Daytona Speedweeks beginning with practice on Saturday February 8, continuing with Daytona 500 qualifying on Sunday February 9 at 3 p.m. ET. It’s important to note that Sunday qualifying will set the front row only.

Further action will resume on Thursday February 13 with the  BlueGreen Vacation Duels scheduled for 7 p.m. ET on FS1 with the 62nd annual Daytona 500 taking place on Sunday, February 16th live at 2:30 p.m. ET on FOX.

Bert Ouellette Looking to Compete and Win in Stafford’s SK Lights

Source: Scott Running/Stafford Speedway PR

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(Stafford Springs, CT)— The 2020 NASCAR Weekly Racing season will mark the realization of a dream for Ellington, CT native Bert Ouellette as he will compete full time in the SK Light division behind the wheel of the #51 Polar Beverages car owned by Harold Burdick. 

“I’ve been waiting a long time and now I finally have the opportunity to say that Stafford is going to be my hometrack for a season,” said Ouellette.  “Stafford is right in my backyard and I’m pretty stoked to get started racing this season.  We have great sponsors behind us with Polar Beverages, Streb Family Chiropractic, Salvadore Chevy, Lyman Signs, and Passing Bird Photography, and for the crew we have Jeremy, Jason, Roger, Muffy, and Harold.  Even though Harold’s wife Cindy has passed on, she’s always with us in spirit.”

Ouellette began his career racing Mini Stocks before moving into the N.E. Truck Series.  Ouellette has raced in the SK Lights for the past two seasons, racing at Waterford in 2018 and then at Thompson last season.  Ouellette finished second in the standings last season at Thompson and is now ready to tackle his next challenge of racing at Stafford.

“We didn’t win at Waterford but we finished third in points and by the end of the season we were in contention to win each week,” said Ouellette.  “We were a factor in almost every race at Thompson last season and we finished second in points, so Stafford is the next step for us.  Stafford is where the SK Light division has the most cars, so it’s definitely the place to be, you can really see what you have and how good you really are.  Last year in the World Series feature at Thompson, most of the heavy hitters from Stafford were in that race and based on that race, we think we can compete this season at Stafford.  Nothing would be better for us than winning the Spring Sizzler race in memory of my car owner Harold’s wife Cindy.”

Ouellette scored a Stafford sweep in 2016, winning the NETS feature events at the NAPA Spring Sizzler® and Fall Final events.  Ouellette has made one SK Light start at Stafford, finishing 16th in last year’s Sizzler feature event and is looking to put his limited Stafford experience to good use.

“We’re ready to go racing,” said Ouellette.  “We ran one race last year at Stafford and we got up to around 11th or 10th before I got into the marbles and fell back and finished 16th.  I think we had a top-10 car that day and that was our backup car and not the primary car, which is the car we’re coming with this season.  I don’t have a lot of track time at Stafford, but I have about 15 years of watching races at Stafford.  The racing line is the racing line, regardless of what kind of vehicle you’re driving and I know the characteristics of the track.  The couple truck races we won I did a classic bottom shot move to take the lead in one of the races and the second win we used the outside groove to take the lead.”

As he and the #51 team prepare for the 2020 season, Ouellette is looking at winning Rookie of the Year honors as well as developing into a weekly contender for the checkered flag each and every Friday night.  Ouellette will also have a new backup car to utilize during the 2020 season should the need for it arise.

“Obviously Rookie of the Year is a main goal for us this season but we really want to be a weekly contender,” said Ouellette.  “My biggest thing is I’d really like to be one of the names in the top-3 or top-5 at the end of the year.  I think we can be a dark horse this year.  Normally we always run stronger in the second half of the season so we just have to piece together a good start to the year to where we don’t put ourselves into a big hole that we have to dig out of in the points standings.  We sold our backup car and bought Jeff Baral’s SK Modified® car so now we have 2 cars that are nearly identical and if something happens to our primary car, we’ll be back the next week just as strong.”

The 2020 SK Light season kicks off with the 49th Annual NAPA Spring Sizzler® on April 24-26.  Tickets for the “Greatest Race in the History of Spring” are on sale now by calling the Speedway Box Office 860-684-2783 or online at

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John Andretti (1963–2020), NASCAR and IndyCar racer

John Qndretti passes away at 56 years old


By: Kirk Fox

12 hours ago

John Andretti was a professional racer who was a member of the famous Andretti racing family. Andretti’s uncle is former Indy 500 winner Mario Andretti, and he is the cousin of former racers Michael and Jeff Andretti. He won two NASCAR races and finished fifth at the 1991 Indianapolis 500 before retiring in 2010. He was diagnosed with stage 4 colon cancer in 2017 and had clean scans a year later after treatment, but the cancer returned earlier this year. After his original diagnosis, he used the hashtag #CheckIt4Andretti to urge people to get regular colonoscopies, something he had not done.

We invite you to share condolences for John Andretti in our Guest Book.

Died: Thursday, January 30, 2020 (Who else died on January 30?)

Details of death: Died at the age of 56 from colon cancer.

Is there someone you miss whose memory should be honored? Here are some ways.

On his colon cancer diagnosis: “I’m an Andretti. I already beat the age I should have lived to. Growing up when you’re a little bit wild in a race car, I think everybody in our family’s always heard this: ‘You’re not going to live to see 20.’ Then it was, ‘You’re not going to live see 25,’ then, ’30.’

“But here I am. Still going. Our family’s already been through plenty of trials, and we’re still here. To get taken down by this, well, I’m going to go out giving it the strongest fight I can give it.” —Told to the IndyStar in May 2018

What they said about him: “God Speed John Andretti. My heart is heavy with overwhelming sadness. I know his last name was Andretti, but for our family it was always Petty. All my thoughts, prayers and love go out to the entire Andretti Family.” —Racing legend Kyle Petty

“There wasn’t a better soul in racing than John Andretti. A man who won in everything he drove, ever category that he competed in. I spent my #Indy500 rookie year media day with John, and the impression he made on me on that day will last a lifetime. RIP John, you’ll be missed.” —Racer Graham Rahal

“John Andretti was a great competitor and advocate for racing, but he was an even better person. He spent so much of his time focused on improving the world for others — all while fighting a horrible disease.” —Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb


TQ racing indoors helps the race fans get through the long snowy winter and keeps drivers like Andy Jankowiak busy during the winter months (AARN photo).




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ATLANTIC CITY, NJ January 30, 2020 . . .  Practice for 18th annual NAPA Know How Indoor Auto Racing Series Fueled By VP Race Fuels began at 5:00 PM sharp Thursday, January 30 inside historic Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, NJ. And at the end of the five hour session, defending Gambler’s Classic winner Andy Jankowiak was fastest of the sixty plus entrants.

 Jankowiak, of Buffalo, NY, struggled at times during the practice, making a last minute spring and shock change at one point, and rigging a balky muffler fitting into place with a temporary fix.

 Janisch, of Nazareth, PA., comes into the Gambler’s Classic as the Indoor Auto Racing Series points leader.  Briggs Danner of Allentown, PA, drives a car owned by Janisch, The pair were each able to post top times in two sessions each.

 Other drivers who were quick on the time sheets were Joey Jarowicz, Bobby Holmes and Anthony Sesely.  Two others who appeared to be quick, Tim Buckwalter and first time entrant Chuck Hossfeld, did not have their cars equipped with transponders, which are necessary to register lap times.

 Preparation Thursday prior to practice for the NAPA Know How Weekend involved transforming the concrete arena floor into a racetrack through the application of cola syrup and the erection of dozens of concrete barriers to form the outer and inner racetrack perimeter. The installation of infield tire barriers, the building of a race control tower and a starters’ stand, putting up warning light and scoring systems, and the hanging of event signage were among the many necessary tasks.

 Well over 60 TQ Midgets, upwards of 40 Champ Karts and a like number of Slingshots are entered for the weekend of racing action and most were at the track for the optional practice session.

 One of the more intriguing TQ Midget entrants practicing was Dylan Woodling of Warsaw, IN, who was driving a 600 Sprint of his own design.

 “We built as much of the front and rear suspension as we could to be inboard,” Woodling said. “The idea is to create a durable car. It looks a little different and I’m looking forward to seeing how we do here. If we go well, we’ll probably go to Syracuse in March with it.”

 Action gets underway in earnest on Friday with practice beginning at 1:00 pm for all three classes followed by time trials for all three classes.

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To celebrate its tenth anniversary, the SILK WAY RALLY, which will be held between 3 and 16 July 2020, returns to Kazakhstan and becomes part of the FIA World Cup for Cross-Country Rallies.

To celebrate its tenth anniversary, the SILK WAY RALLY, which will be held between 3 and 16 July 2020, returns to Kazakhstan and becomes part of the FIA World Cup for Cross-Country Rallies.

Of note:

– Becomes part of the 2020 FIA Cross-Country Rallies World Cup

– Is part of the FIM Cross-Country Rallies World Championship for the second year running

– Official date of the rally (FIA/FIM calendar) : from 2 to 16 July 2020 / start podium 3 July

– Administrative checks and scrutineering: 2 and 3 July 2020 – Moscow

– 12 stages – approx. 8,000 kilometres

– Moscow (Russia) – (Kazakhstan) – Urumqi (China)

SILK WAY RALLY 2020: Russia – Kazakhstan – China, 12 stages and a rest day.

The start will be given in Moscow from the Red Square on 3 July 2020. After a few days on Russian tracks, through forests and over hills, the competitors will cross the NEW route of the majestic desert landscape of South Kazakhstan. Then there will be a rest day, to allow the competitors to catch their breath, ready to tackle the Chinese stages in the giant dunes of the Gobi Desert. The finish will be in Urumqi on 16 July, after approximately 8000 kilometers.

THE SILK WAY RALLY, an unmissable round of the FIM Cross-Country Rallies World Championship and the FIA Cross-Country Rallies World Cup.

Thanks to its marathon rally status, the Silk Way Rally enjoys a high points coefficient, making it an unmissable event for any competitors chasing a world title.







VLADIMIR CHAGIN (Silk Way Rally Director):

“We are preparing an excellent route with a few surprises for the competitors that we will announce in a month. We had to put together a rally that is both interesting and which corresponds to the specific requirements of the FIA and the FIM. The Silk Way is a unique rally and all the competitors can attest to the amazing welcome we receive; it is a very important aspect for us. Via the race we want to introduce the inhabitants and show off their culture and the beauty of their regions.”

FRÉDÉRIC LEQUIEN (Silk Way Rally Deputy Director):

“For this 10th anniversary we wanted a route that wasn’t complicated logistically but which at the same time was very interesting from a sporting point of view. We would like to thank the international car and bike federations for their support and the confidence they have shown us. Being featured in both the car and bike championships is another step up for the Silk Way.”


The 2019 Silk Way Rally, ever more TV coverage.

In 2019, more than 72 TV channels broadcasted the Silk Way Rally in no less than 196 countries and so consolidate its international exposure, notably via the broadcasting of dedicated programs on international sports channels, in addition to the national channels of the countries visited.


The SILK WAY RALLY, whose first edition linked Russia to Turkmenistan in 2009, will celebrate its 10th anniversary in 2020 by crossing the main regions and countries of the ancient ‘Silk Road’ in the heart of Central Asia.

Coveted by the big teams and the most decorated champions in the discipline, but also by many amateurs, the SILK WAY RALLY has been won by some impressive names: CARLOS SAINZ, CYRIL DESPRES , YAZEED AL RAJHI and NASSER AL ATTIYAH, who on the 2019 edition pulled off the unique feat of winning all 9 stages.

In the truck category it is the KAMAZ MASTER TEAM with DMITRY SOTNIKOV, EDUARD NIKOLAEV, AYRAT MARDEEV, ANTON SHIBALOV, ANDREY KARGINOV and FIRDAUS KABIROV who’ve shared the victories since 2009, supremacy thwarted in 2011 by TATRA TEAM and his pilot ALES LOPRAIS.

In 2019 SAM SUNDERLAND (KTM) was the first bike rider to win the category on the SILK WAY RALLY, winning at the same time the second round of the FIM Cross-Country Rallies World Championship.


GAZPROM, General partner of Silk Way Rally

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Source: Road and Track Magazine

Florida’s Family Owned Bozard Ford Becomes Presenting Sponsor of DIRTcar Nationals

Bozard Ford has been a Florida family tradition for 70 years, and now they’ll become sponsor of the DIRTcar Nationals presented by Bozard Feb. 4-15, 2020, at Volusia Speedway Park.

A family owned and operated dealership based in St. Augustine since 1949, Bozard Ford has received numerous awards for quality and customer service, making it a perfect partner for the DIRTcar Nationals, which is one of racing’s most fan-friendly events each season with free fan pit passes available each night to see the competitors up close.

“Being part of the community is extremely important to us at Bozard Ford, and we’ve seen how popular and successful our partnerships in motorsports have been,” said Bozard’s Vice President, Letti Bozard. “DIRTcar Nationals is an incredible event, the biggest dirt race in the Southeast. We can’t wait to get involved and help spread the excitement throughout the region and beyond.”

“As much as Bozard Ford is a key partner in its Florida communities, it has also become a significant part of the racing community, and we’re excited for our fans at the DIRTcar Nationals presented by Bozard to learn more about why they’re such an outstanding organization,” DIRTcar Racing CMO Ben Geisler said. “When it’s February, we know many of our fans travel to Florida and we encourage them to check out Bozard Ford’s beautiful dealership in St. Augustine as they head toward Volusia.”

In addition to working with DIRTcar Racing, Bozard Ford also sponsors several teams across the country, including Blake Spencer and Chase Junghans on the World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Late Model Series.

Visit Bozard Ford at, and reserve seats for the DIRTcar Nationals at

Entry Lists Are Growing for New Smyrna’s World Series

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Entry Lists Are Growing for New Smyrna’s World Series

The countdown to a busy month of racing in Florida is starting to wind down, with only 11 days remaining until the first of nine nights of racing for the 54th World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing at New Smyrna Speedway. As the anticipation grows, so too are the entry lists for the all of the divisions that will be in action during those nine nights.

The mighty Tour-type Modifieds are shaping to boast another tremendous field of racers, as they have the past few years. Once again, the current entry list also shows great representation from up and down the east coast.

Two champions from New England have added their names to the list: former Modified Racing Series champion Anthony Nocella from Massachusetts, as well as 2019 Claremont Motorsports Park Modified champion Brian Robie, who will be making the drive from New Hampshire to Florida for the first time in his career.

Former World Series race winners Patrick Emerling, Jimmy Zacharias and Tyler Rypkema,, as well as Tyler’s father Dean Rypkema, NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour winner Craig Lutz, and Brad Van Houten are all set to head down Interstate 95 towards New Smyrna Speedway.

An already impressive lineup from New Jersey has received another boost from the likes of Anthony Sesely, Rich Parker, and Joe DeGracia.

From down south, Kyle Ebersole will make the trip from Mooresville, North Carolina, while Senoia, Georgia’s Bubba Pollard makes his highly anticipated Tour-type Modified debut driving for NASCAR Cup Series driver Ryan Preece.

The Super Late Models are also receiving a boost from the cold north, as familiar snowbird Todd Stone heads south once again. Austin MacDonald will make his second trip to the Sunshine State from Nova Scotia. From the Upper Midwest, Brad Kassow, Justin Mondeik and Jesse Love add to the Wisconsin roster, while Sammy Smith reps the State of Iowa.

A former World Series champion with Northern ties, now living in North Carolina will return once again, as Ryan Moore will wheel his No. 74. Meanwhile, the home state roster sees the addition of Anthony Sergi and Doug Elliott.

These drivers and so many more will be gunning for race wins night after night at the World Series starting on Friday, February 7.

-Story by: Connor Sullivan, Speed51 Northeast Editor – Twitter: @Connor51CT

-Photo credit: Speed51

World Series Entry List as of 1/24/2020

Super Late Models

1 Todd Stone Middlebury VT

1 TBA (2nd Kassow Car)

7 Doug Elliott New Smyrna FL

9 Brad May Oviedo FL

11 David Rogers Orlando FL

12 Derek Griffith Hudson NH

12 Brad Kassow Union Grove WI

13 Austin MacDonald Pictou NS

20 Anthony Sergi Oviedo FL

21 Jesse Love Redwood City WI

28 Connor Mosack Charlotte NC

35 Jake Garcia Monroe GA

43 Daniel Dye Daytona FL

44 Justin Mondeik Gleason WI

50 Jett Noland Groveland FL

51 Sammy Smith Johnston IA

56 Gus Dean Bluffton SC

74 Ryan Moore Mooresville NC

01 Vincent Staggs Clermont FL

112 Steve Weaver Jr. Plantation FL

112 Augie Grill Dolomite AL

148 Max Calles-McDonald Mission TX

Tour Mods

2 J.R Bertuccio Franklin TN

4 Jeffrey Gallup Feeding Hills MA

5 Kyle Ebersole Mooresville NC

6 Ryan Preece Berlin CT

7 Rich Parker Forked River NJ

12 Joe Bertuccio Statesville NC

14 Broc Brown Shickshinny PA

16 Anthony Sesely Port Monmouth NJ

17 Jeremy Gestner Tampa FL

21 Paul Townsend Guelph ON

21KJN Jimmy Blewett Howell NJ

21KJN Jim Gavek Effort PA

21 Jimmy Zacharias Condor NY

22 Eddie McCarthy Brick NJ

23 Joe Degracia Lyndhurst NJ

24 Dean Rypkema Owego NY

25 Brian Robie Sunapee NH

26 Bubba Pollard Senoia GA

27 Adam LaCicero, Lavallette NJ

32 Tyler Rypkema Owego NY

33 TBA (Gary Fountain Racing)

36 David Sapienza Riverhead NY

41 Kevin Shea Mystic CT

45 Brett Meservey Brewsyer MA

45 Timmy Catalano Ontario NY

54 Tommy Catalano Ontario NY

55 John Gerstner Wesley Chapel FL

56 Amy Catalano Ontario NY

56 Craig Lutz Miller Place NY

58 Eric Goodale Riverhead NY

59 Teddy Cranmer North Hanover NJ

60 Matt Hirschman North Hampton PA

83 Mike Willis JR Grantham NH

92 Anthony Nocella Woburn MA

07 Patrick Emerling Holland NY

09 Brad Vanhouten Wading River NY

Pro Late Models

5 Jerry Artuso Sault Ste. Marie ON

5 Jaime Skinner Port Orange FL

11 David Weaver Plantation FL

12 Brad Kassow Union Grove WI

13 Austin MacDonald Pictou NS

16 Giovanni Scelzi Fresno WI

17 Chuck Tuck Athens AL

17 Kevin Folan North Attleboro MA

28 Bobby Wilberg Beloit WI

29 Hunter Wright Lebanon TN

43 Daniel Dye Daytona FL

50 Jett Noland Groveland FL

51 Hayden Sprague Livonia MI

55 Christian Rose Martinsburg WV

73 Peter McVey Appleton WI

76 Jerrick Johnson Mooresville NC

03 Dario Capirchio Gilford ON

08 Nicholas Naugle Dartmouth NS

112 Augie Grill Dolomite AL

Florida Mods

1W Wayne Parker Mt. Dora FL

3 Greg Bruce Jr. Orlando FL

4B Alan Bruns Clermont FL

12 Scooter Bates Killen TX 1/17

15 Tank Tucker New Smyrna FL

15 Timmy Moore St. Pete FL

19 Kyle Wood Moseley VA

51 Zachary Knowles Houston TX

61 Brad Springer Hudson IN

66 Jerry Symons New Smyrna FL

78 Travis Eddy Hope MI

112 Augie Grill Dolomite AL

Pro Trucks

1 Lucas Leone Southington CT

3 Derek Pugh West Palm Fl

7 Jason Lester Parrish FL

9 Rusty Davis Cumming GA

11 Dodge Carlbert Palmetto FL

24 Donnie Burkhalter Windermere FL

24J Jason Ferreira Lowell MA

25w Devin McLeod Zephyrhills FL

57 Brey Holmes Auburndale FL

59 Becca Monopoli Lakeland FL

77 Colt Hensley Avon Park FL

92 Brennon Pletcher Lehigh Acres FL


5 Bryton Prevatt Bushnell FL

9 Brooke Storer Land O Lakes FL

10 Joe Hamilton St. Cloud FL

22 Colton Bramlett St Cloud FL

23 Devin McLeod Zephyrhills FL

25 Timmy Todd Jr St. Cloud FL

44 Matthew Green Orlando FL

70 John Whitten Huntsville AL

77 Phil Jacques Racing driver TBA

07 Scott Garrity Port Richey FL

112 David Werning Palm Coast FL

Super Stocks

35 Eugene Tumminello Deland FL

43 Butch Herdegen Orlando FL

44 Michael Trocki Debary FL

Mod Minis

17 Brad Blanton Tavares FL

22 John DeGeorge Titusville FL

32 Tony DeGeorge Keller TX


4 Greg Bruce Sr. Orlando, FL

5 Michael Austin Palm Bay FL

5 Anthony Quinonez Winter Springs FL

9 Jimmy Black Deland FL

23 Frank Button Altamonte Springs FL

55 Corey Szuder Orlando FL

88 Todd Smith Deltona FL

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Naples, & ME Waterbury, VT – Officials for the Pro All Star Series (PASS) and the American-Canadian Tour (ACT) have announced the event schedule for the inaugural 2020 Northeast Classic slated for Friday and Saturday, April 17 and 18.  The two premier full fendered series’ in the Northeast are partnering up on New England’s biggest stage for what is hoped to be a yearly event.

“What bigger way to open our 2020 Northeast racing season than on the biggest stage in the region,” said Pass president Tom Mayberry.  “We’re glad to be working with ACT and NHMS on this event and aim to make it a new annual tradition for racers from Connecticut to Quebec.”  The Northeast Classic will also feature open races for the powerful Tour-type Modifieds, the always popular Street Stock class, as well as the newly added New England Mini-Stock Tour (NEMST) making its 7th appearance at the “Magic Mile”.

All the action kicks off on Friday April 17th with a full card of rotating practice for all five divisions.  Saturday April 18th will feature qualifying and main event racing with Sunday the 19th held in reserve as a rain date.  

The Northeast Classic promises to give center stage to some of the region’s top local drivers while providing fans with a diverse card of racing, making it an instant must see for fans of any type of racing in the region. 

For technical information concerning all PASS divisions, and for media or marketing questions, please contact  Don’t forget to “Like” the Pro All Stars Series on Facebook or follow on Twitter @PASSSLM14 to keep up with breaking news as it happens.

For more information on ACT, contact the ACT offices at (802) 244-6963,, or visit You can also get updates on Facebook and Twitter at @ACTTour.

Modified teams can contact Ed Bennett at (732) 278-6200 and Greg Felton at (413) 695-2272 with any questions or concerns.

FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 2020
Schedule of Events – Schedule Subject to Change

7:00am       Pits Open

7:30am       Safety Inspection (All divisions – MANDATORY)
                  Tire Compound Opens for ACT & PASS – practice tires only

8:45am       Tire Compound Opens for SS


10:00am      SS                                     2:15pm             MOD

10:15am      ACT                                   2:45pm             NEMST

10:45am      PASS                                 3:00pm             SS – (Final)

11:15am      MOD                                  3:15pm             ACT – (Final)

11:45am      NEMST                              3:45pm             PASS – (Final)

12:00pm      LUNCH                               4:15pm            MOD – (Final)

1:00pm        SS                                     4:45pm              NEMST – (Final)

1:15pm        ACT                                   5:00pm             CLOSE TRACK

1:45pm        PASS                                 6:00pm             CLOSE PITS
2:00pm        Tire Compound Opens
                       (ACT race tires – Impounded)

Schedule of Events – Schedule Subject to Change

7:00am             Pits Open

7:30am             Tech Opens (MANDATORY)
                          ACT race tires released

8:15am             Drivers Meetings
                              (MANDATORY- ALL Divisions – Driver & Spotter)


9:00am             SS

9:15am             NEMST

9:30am             PASS

9:50am             ACT
10:10am           MOD
10:30am           CLOSE TRACK


11:00am           PASS Heats     

                        ACT Heats

                        MOD Heats

                        SS Heats

                        NEMST Heats

                        PASS Consi – (if needed)

                        ACT Consi – (if needed)

                        MOD Consi – (if needed)
                        PASS  Feature (50L)

                        ACT – Feature (60L)

                        MOD – Feature (50L)

                        SS  – Feature (25L)

                        NEMST –   Feature ( 20L)

                        CLOSE TRACK

                        CLOSE PITS

Source: American-Canadian Tour Media Director