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Race season is here. Are you ready?
We’re just a week away from the Community Bank N.A. 150 next Sunday (not to mention the free car show, bounce house, face-painting, and live music on Saturday!) Are you ready for race season?
With two segments complete, Jason Corliss and Bobby Therrien are TIED for the overall Milk Bowl lead. Segment 3 is for all the marbles, and history is on the line. Who will put their name on the trophy?
Who was fastest in final practice, you ask? None other than the defending champion of this race, Jason Corliss! Practice is all over girls and boys. It’s show time!
Some people in Vermont are big fans of “fresh tracks” in the winter. We like our version a little better.
Marvin Galarneau has worked at Thunder Road for over a decade, and in racing far longer than that. What makes the Milk Bowl so special to him? “It’s two things really. The segment racing we do for this race is unlike any other race in the country, and it makes it so much more exciting and gives everybody a fair chance. But the second is just this place. The views from this facility in the fall are unlike anywhere else, and it’s part of what makes this event so special. Sometimes I think about if races could be better, but could the Milk Bowl be better? No, it couldn’t.”
Thunder road Co-Owner Cris Michaud thanked his drivers for a “hell of a year” in the final drivers meeting of 2018. A former Milk Bowl winner himself, he reminded those in attendance of the history and tradition of this race, and wished them good luck in what should be a wild show. Get here at 1pm for all the action!
Thunder Road is getting its last bit of calm before the storm. The toughest short track race in America will roll off this exact place at 1pm today.
BREAKING: The lineup for tomorrow’s Milk Bowl is set, except for a few spots that will be decided in tomorrow’s last chance feature. Take a look and find your favorite driver!
BREAKING: Meet your Milk Bowl front row! Jimmy Hebert and Bobby Therrien grew up racing go-karts together, and later each became Flying Tiger champions at Thunder Road. Today they qualified first and second through time trials for the Milk Bowl tomorrow.