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Packard, Smith Chosen for NASCAR D4D Combine

Posted By Tj Ingerson on September 22, 2014

Racing coverage on Vermont Motorsports Magazine provided by RPM Racing Engines in Georgia, Vermont.Emily Packard will be a participant in next monthPHOTO: Emily Packard will be a participant in next month's NASCAR Drive for Diversity combine at Langley Speedway in Virginia. (Eric LaFleche/VLFPhotos.com photo)

--by T.J. Ingerson (@TJIngerson)
VMM Editor

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. --
Seventeen-year-old Emily Packard and 22-year-old Dylan Smith have been selected as two of 20 drivers to participate in the 11th NASCAR Drive for Diversity combine held at Virginia’s Langley Speedway on October 13-15, NASCAR and Rev Racing announced on Tuesday. Read Full Story

Curley to be Inducted into Vermont Sports Hall of Fame

Posted By Tj Ingerson on September 8, 2014

ACT President and Thunder Road co-owner Tom Curley will be inducted into the Vermont Sports Hall of Fame in November. (Eric LaFleche/VLFPhotos.com photo)PHOTO: ACT President and Thunder Road co-owner Tom Curley will be inducted into the Vermont Sports Hall of Fame in November. (Eric LaFleche/VLFPhotos.com photo)

--by T.J. Ingerson (@TJIngerson)
VMM Editor

BURLINGTON --
American-Canadian Tour founder and president and Thunder Road International Speedbowl co-owner Tom Curley has been named as an inductee to the Vermont Sports Hall of Fame for 2014. Read Full Story

O'Donnell Repeats as Thunder Road's King

Posted By Tj Ingerson on September 2, 2014

Magnus Racing ProductsDerrick OPHOTO: Derrick O'Donnell and his Pro Heat Racing team celebrated their second straight Thunder Road Late Model championship on Monday afternoon. (T.J. Ingerson/VMM photo)

--by T.J. Ingerson (@TJIngerson)
VMM Editor

BARRE --
Derrick O’Donnell did something on Monday that only six other drivers have been able to accomplish in Thunder Road’s 55 year history.

He successfully defended his King of the Road crown. Read Full Story

BITTERSWEET: Sweet Wins Labor Day Classic, Fall Short of Title

Posted By Tj Ingerson on September 1, 2014

Magnus Racing ProductsNick Sweet won his second Thunder Road Labor Day Classic on Monday afternoon, but fell short of his third King of the Road crown. (T.J. Ingerson/VMM photo)PHOTO: Nick Sweet won his second Thunder Road Labor Day Classic on Monday afternoon, but fell short of his third King of the Road crown. (T.J. Ingerson/VMM photo)

Pelkey wires Tiger field; Gravel holds on for Street Stock triumph

--by T.J. Ingerson
(@TJIngerson)
VMM Editor

BARRE --
Nick Sweet did all he could possibly do on Monday afternoon at Thunder Road Int’l Speedbowl as the hometown fan favorite claimed his second Coca-Cola Labor Day Classic 200.

But he fell shy of his third Thunder Road King of the Road crown. Read Full Story