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  1. Homecoming: IRP, USAC Midgets And Thursday Night Seems Just Right

    Homecoming: IRP, USAC Midgets And Thursday Night Seems Just Right

    Jun 28, 2022

    Bobby Santos had a night to remember during last year's Thursday Night Thunder Homecoming at Lucas Oil Indianapolis Raceway Park.
  2. New England Supermodified Series Debuts Friday At Thunder Road

    New England Supermodified Series Debuts Friday At Thunder Road

    Jun 10, 2022

    Barre, VT — Fans are about to get a rare first-time opportunity at Thunder Road International Speedbowl this Friday night with the world debut of the New England Supermodified Series (NESS). This will be the first time these insanely fast, winged beasts have ever taken on the ‘Nation’s Site of Excitement.’ The quick-75-lap main event for the NESS Supermodifieds will join the 75-lap Round One for the Myers Container Service Flying Tiger Triple Crown Series, building a night of close contact, high drama point-battles to start their championship bids.
  3. Tri-Track Modified Series To Return To Thunder Road In 2023

    Tri-Track Modified Series To Return To Thunder Road In 2023

    Jun 1, 2022

    Barre, VT — Following the tremendous success of the inaugural Granite City 100 on Sunday, May 29th, Thunder Road and Monaco Modified Tri-Track Series officials are excited to announce that the Modifieds will return for the 60th Mekkelsen RV Memorial Day Classic weekend on Sunday, May 28th, 2023. Highlighted by rip-roaring speeds as drivers drafted and fought for every position with three of the top Modified drivers in the East left standing in victory lane, the Granite City 100 proved to be one of the biggest racing events in the Northeast this season.
  4. Chase Dowling Pockets $10,000 At Thunder Road

    Chase Dowling Pockets $10,000 At Thunder Road

    May 31, 2022

    Barre, VT — Memorial Day Weekend brings with it the start of summer, and especially the beginning of full-fledged race season. For race fans from across New England, seeing 138 different racecars pack the pit area of Thunder Road International Speedbowl on Sunday was a welcome sight for the summer season ahead. Along with the four weekly Thunder Road divisions, Tour-type Modifieds made their triumphant return for the first time in 12 years with the inaugural Granite City 100.
  5. Modifieds Return To Thunder Road For First Time In 12 Years

    Modifieds Return To Thunder Road For First Time In 12 Years

    May 25, 2022

    It's been over a decade since Tour-type Modifieds have pounded the pavement at Thunder Road Speedbowl. That will change over Memorial Day Weekend when the Tri-Track Open Modified Series brings 600-horsepower machines to the historic Barre, Vermont oval for the first time since 2010.
  6. Tri-Track Modifieds Adding To Storied History In Vermont

    Tri-Track Modifieds Adding To Storied History In Vermont

    May 24, 2022

    Barre, VT — While the rolling thunder of Tour-type Modified racing may find it’s truest heartbeat in the sweeping turns of Stafford Speedway, the epic straightaways at Thompson Speedway and the flat 90-degree corners of Bowman-Grey Stadium, the Green Mountain State has had its fair share of ground pounding over the last 60 years.
  7. Nick Sweet Still King Of Barre With Fourth Community Bank 150 Win

    Nick Sweet Still King Of Barre With Fourth Community Bank 150 Win

    May 2, 2022

    Barre, VT — With 117 cars on hand for the 63rd Season Opener at Thunder Road International Speedbowl, 17 qualifying races were needed before the four feature races took the green creating some of the best stock car racing in the United States at the ‘Nation’s Site of Excitement.’ When all the dust settled Sunday afternoon, a first time winner stood amongst hardened veterans and the ‘King of Barre’ remained on his throne.
  8. Hometown Heroes Battle ACT Touring Stars In Thunder Road Opener

    Hometown Heroes Battle ACT Touring Stars In Thunder Road Opener

    Apr 28, 2022

    Barre, VT — The ACT Late Model Tour was built on the idea of pitting local, hometown favorites against the greatest touring drivers in the Northeast. It’s a simple and exciting formula that builds storylines, spawns thrilling fan engagement and creates some of the greatest feuds in stock car racing. The ACT formula is not viewed anywhere better than at the home of American-Canadian Tour racing, Barre, Vermont’s Thunder Road Speedbowl. With Tour regulars coming off a screaming Northeast Classic 50 lap spectacular at New Hampshire Motor Speedway ready to battle the Thunder Road faithful in their first event of 2022, there is no clear favorite.
  9. NASCAR Star Brad Keselowski Racing At Thunder Road In July

    NASCAR Star Brad Keselowski Racing At Thunder Road In July

    Mar 29, 2022

    Barre, VT — Thunder Road International Speedbowl has a long-standing tradition of inviting NASCAR Premier Series’ athletes to test out the Barre highbanks and the stiff competition that comes with the territory. Blue collar heroes like Ken Schrader and Kenny Wallace have both tested their metal at The Road, as have former drivers Clint Bowyer and David Ragan along with Cup Series Champions Tony Stewart and Kyle Busch. Most recently, Joe Gibbs Racing up-and-comer Christopher Bell and NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour champion Ryan Preece have both come seeking Thunder Road glory. Now, for the 43rd Vermont Lottery Governor’s Cup, comes yet another NASCAR Cup Series champion, and a NASCAR Cup Series car owner, Brad Keselowski!
  10. Robbie Crouch Returning To Thunder Road As Car Owner

    Robbie Crouch Returning To Thunder Road As Car Owner

    Jan 29, 2022

    Barre, VT — The familiar No. 48 of the ‘Tampa Tornado,’ Robbie Crouch, is ready to make some more blistering laps at Thunder Road International Speedbowl for the first time in over a decade. Evan Hallstrom will pilot the Crouch-owned machine joining the stiff Maplewood/Irving Oil Late Model competition on several outings in 2022.
  11. Traditions & Tweaks On 2022 Thunder Road Schedule

    Traditions & Tweaks On 2022 Thunder Road Schedule

    Nov 22, 2021

    Barre, VT — Thunder Road officials have unveiled an action-packed 19-event racing schedule for the 2022 season. The 63rd season of stock car racing atop Quarry Hill features many traditional fan-favorite events along with a few new tweaks, all of which will again be broadcast live worldwide on FloRacing.
  12. Tri-Track Modifieds Heading to Thunder Road In 2022

    Tri-Track Modifieds Heading to Thunder Road In 2022

    Oct 26, 2021

    Barre, VT — The Tri-Track Open Modified Series (TTOMS) is making its first-ever visit to Barre’s Thunder Road on Sunday, May 29, 2022. Track and series officials have announced the $10,000-to-win Granite Capital 100 as part of the 59th Mekkelsen RV Memorial Day Classic.
  13. Nick Sweet Ties A Legend With Fourth Milk Bowl Win

    Nick Sweet Ties A Legend With Fourth Milk Bowl Win

    Oct 18, 2021

    Barre, VT — Hometown driver Nick Sweet capped a heavenly weekend by winning his record-tying fourth Northfield Savings Bank Vermont Milk Bowl at Barre’s Thunder Road on Sunday, October 17. After setting a track record during Saturday qualifying, Sweet won the first 50-lap segment and fought the rest of the way to his 23rd career Maplewood/Irving Oil Late Model victory and 12th ACT-sanctioned Late Model triumph.
  14. Nick Sweet Sets Track Record To Earn Milk Bowl Pole

    Nick Sweet Sets Track Record To Earn Milk Bowl Pole

    Oct 16, 2021

    Nick Sweet set a track record on his way to winning the pole for the Vermont Milk Bowl at Thunder Road.
  15. Drivers Still Eager For Milk Bowl Despite Delay

    Drivers Still Eager For Milk Bowl Despite Delay

    Oct 12, 2021

    Barre, VT — Thunder Road takes its second crack at the 59th Northfield Savings Bank Vermont Milk Bowl this Saturday, October 16 and Sunday, October 17. Despite a two-week delay due to Mother Nature, drivers are still excited about tackling “The Toughest Short Track Race in North America” live on FloRacing.