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Overlooked Drivers Could Make Noise in Milk Bowl

Posted By Tj Ingerson on October 9, 2014

Racing coverage on Vermont Motorsports Magazine provided by RPM Racing Engines in Georgia, Vermont.Shawn Fleury (#1) and John Donahue (#26) are two drivers that might be overlooked as contenders entering the 52nd PeoplePHOTO: Shawn Fleury (#1) and John Donahue (#26) are two drivers that might be overlooked as contenders entering the 52nd People's United Bank Milk Bowl on Sunday. (Alan Ward photo)

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

BARRE --
Ask anyone who will win the People’s United Bank Milk Bowl and you’ll get a list of five to ten drivers that most people expect to win. This year is no different. Read Full Story

A Roadmap to Kissing the Milk Bowl Queen

Posted By Tj Ingerson on October 8, 2014

Racing coverage on Vermont Motorsports Magazine provided by RPM Racing Engines in Georgia, Vermont.Nick Sweet was able to kiss the Milk Bowl queen after his first win in the crown jewel in Vermont short track racing last year. (Alan Ward photo)PHOTO:Nick Sweet was able to kiss the Milk Bowl queen after his first win in the crown jewel in Vermont short track racing last year. (Alan Ward photo)

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

BARRE --
They call it the toughest short track race in North America and rightfully so, because for a driver to win the People’s United Bank Milk Bowl, they have to be near perfect for the entire race weekend. Read Full Story

Tiger, Street Champs to be Crowned during Milk Bowl

Posted By Tj Ingerson on October 8, 2014

Racing coverage on Vermont Motorsports Magazine provided by RPM Racing Engines in Georgia, Vermont.Jason Woodard (#68) holds a 15-point lead over Brendan Moodie (#94) as they enter the final point counting event of the Thunder Road season during Milk Bowl weekend. (Alan Ward photo)PHOTO: Jason Woodard (#68) holds a 15-point lead over Brendan Moodie (#94) as they enter the final point counting event of the Thunder Road season during Milk Bowl weekend. (Alan Ward photo)

Woodards leads Tigers while Smith seeks elusive first Street Stock crown

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

BARRE --
While the majority of the focus will be centered on who will kiss the cow at the end of the three-segment, 150-lap Milk Bowl on Sunday, Thunder Road’s Bond Auto Parts Tiger Sportsmen and Allen Lumber Street Stock will determine their champions at the end of their two-day People’s United Bank Mini Milk Bowls. Read Full Story

Hoar, RPM Motorsports Headed to Winchester 400

Posted By Tj Ingerson on October 7, 2014

Racing coverage on Vermont Motorsports Magazine provided by RPM Racing Engines in Georgia, Vermont.Brian Hoar and the Rick Paya-led RPM Motorsports team will make their second Super Late Model start this weekend at Winchester Speedway in Indiana. (Photo courtesy Gresham Motorsports Park)PHOTO: Brian Hoar and the Rick Paya-led RPM Motorsports team will make their second Super Late Model start this weekend at Winchester Speedway in Indiana. (Photo courtesy Gresham Motorsports Park)

Eight time ACT champ Hoar, Helliwell, Packard, Theriault to miss Milk Bowl

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

WILLISTON --
Eight-time ACT Late Model Tour champion informed Vermont Motorsports Magazine on Monday that he and his Rick Paya-led RPM Motorsports team will race as planned in the 43rd Winchester 400 in Indiana this weekend and not in the rescheduled 52nd People’s United Bank Milk Bowl at Thunder Road. Read Full Story

52nd Milk Bowl Postponed One Week

Posted By Tj Ingerson on October 2, 2014

Racing coverage on Vermont Motorsports Magazine provided by RPM Racing Engines in Georgia, Vermont.The driver who adds their name to the Milk Bowl can and granite monument will have to wait one week as predicted inclement weather has forced the postponement of the event one week. (T.J. Ingerson/VMM photo)PHOTO: The driver who adds their name to the Milk Bowl can and granite monument will have to wait one week as predicted inclement weather has forced the postponement of the event one week. (T.J. Ingerson/VMM photo)

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

BARRE --
Thunder Road Int’l Speedbowl officials announced on Thursday that the 52nd Annual People’s United Bank Milk Bowl has been postponed one weekend due to an inclement forecast predicted for this weekend.

The event will now be run in its entirety on Saturday, October 11 and Sunday, October 12. The weekend schedule is expected to remain the same. Read Full Story