Barre, VT & Naples, ME — Officials from the American-Canadian Tour (ACT) and Pro All Stars Series (PASS) announced on Wednesday that with the continued support and numerous calls fielded by the two organizations for the new Sunoco 604 Modified Division at Thompson Speedway, the new division has been added to the Northeast Classic line-up for Saturday, April 13th at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
Both ACT Managing Partner Cris Michaud and PASS President Tom Mayberry have received numerous calls and hosted multiple conversations with teams across Southern New England looking to support the new Sunoco 604 Modified division at Thompson Speedway in 2024. At the Thompson banquet last Friday, SK Light Modified champion Alexander Pearl stated his intentions to field a 604 Modified at times during the season, as did Sunoco Modified champion Troy Talman.
The 604 Modifieds now join the Thunder and Lightning of New England at the Northeast Classic with the American-Canadian Tour, PASS Super Late Models and Open Tour-type Modifieds. The R&R Race Parts NH Street Stock Series also returns to New Hampshire Motor Speedway as officials continue to lock down planning for the weekend over the coming weeks.
“With the support we’re getting, Cris and I wanted to show our commitment to the 604 Modifieds,” said PASS President Tom Mayberry. “I know we’re both excited for the venture, and it seems many teams are as well so showcasing them at Loudon became a no-brainer as this idea continues to gain traction this winter.”
ACT and PASS will release a full division line-up and Northeast Classic forms for teams in the coming weeks. The 4th annual Northeast Classic at New Hampshire Motor Speedway will once again showcase the biggest and best full-fendered and open-wheel stars of the Northeast on its biggest stage! Saturday, April 13th will launch the 2024 American-Canadian Tour championship season as the Pro All Stars Series is coming off the Easter Bunny 150 at Hickory Motor Speedway and the 50th Icebreaker Weekend at Thompson Speedway.
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