American-Canadian Tour (ACT)
7 Stowe St. Waterbury VT
The American-Canadian Tour was created in 1986 by Tom Curley following the closing of the NASCAR North Tour. The ACT Tour made the switch from Late Model Sportsman type cars to Super Late Models or Pro Stock cars soon after its inception. The Tour thrived with names such as Beaver Dragon, Robbie Crouch, Junior Hanley, Jean-Paul Cabana and others leading the way.
After the 1995 season the ACT Tour made another major change as they dropped the Pro Stocks as the headlining division in favor of the more modern and cost effective Late Models. The ACT Late Model Tour had been running as a support touring division since 1992, but took center stage in 1996. Since the 1996 season the Late Models have seen several changes such as the “spec” engine program, spec Koni shock program and the development of the 8” Goodyear slick, to make racing both more exciting for the fans and financially viable for Northeast race teams.
In 2007 ACT began sanctioning the Série ACT. The Série is a touring series using the same rules package as the ACT Late Model Tour as they compete in the province of Quebec.
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