Tag Archive: Oxford

Aug 28

Payea takes third win of season in thriller at Oxford

Payea, Babb, and MacDonald had engaged in a three-way battle for more than half the race

ACT logo Colchester, VT’s Scott Payea emerged as the victor in a heavyweight thriller at Maine’s Oxford Plains Speedway on Saturday, August 27, beating out Eddie MacDonald, Dillon Moltz, and Brad Babb for his third American-Canadian Tour (ACT) win of the season in the Dave’s Small Engines/Ferris Mowers 100. Read the rest of this entry »


Apr 14

ACT youth look to come of age at Oxford

The American-Canadian Tour (ACT) and Pro All Stars Series (PASS) head to Maine’s Oxford Plains Speedway

ACT logo The opening race of 2016 racing season will have several young guns looking to make a good first impression competing against the top Late Model drivers in the Northeast. Read the rest of this entry »


Apr 17

ACT Tour Oxford event postponed to April 19

Post time is 2:00pm, with the pit gates opening at 7:30am and front gates at 9:30am.

ACT logo The ACT Late Model Tour event at Oxford Plains Speedway scheduled for Saturday, April 18 has been postponed to Sunday, April 19 due to inclement weather forecast. Read the rest of this entry »


Apr 07

Polewarczyk Jr., Stearns lead ACT drivers looking to do Double Duty at Oxford

More than 70 combined cars are expected at the Oxford Plains Speedway

Oxford Plains Speedway One of the biggest seasons in American-Canadian Tour (ACT) history launches on Saturday, April 18 as part of the first ever doubleheader between the ACT Late Model stock cars and the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) Super Late Models.

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Mar 24

Lee, Oxford, Thunder Road openers challenge ACT teams

The New Hampshire Governor’s Cup 150 is the traditional opening event for ACT teams

ACT logo The American-Canadian Tour (ACT) will compete in three 150-lap events on three completely different tracks in all three northern New England states to open the 2015 season.

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Mar 23

McLaren Applied Technologies partners with the University of Oxford to optimise patient care

The agreement, which was signed today at McLaren’s headquarters in Woking, will focus on three core areas

McLaren Applied Technologies logo McLaren Applied Technologies and the University of Oxford have announced a new partnership that aims to improve the efficiency of patient care and optimise the treatment journey for serious conditions. Read the rest of this entry »


Jun 17

Doctors urge caution after Schumacher ‘good news’

Doctors have urged caution following Monday’s official news that Michael Schumacher is no longer in a coma.

2012-06-10_1346 Lewis Hamilton summed up the mood of almost the entire world when he hailed the statement issued by Schumacher’s management as “amazing news”. Read the rest of this entry »


Mar 03

Bahrain names corner after Schumacher

Schumacher’s manager Sabine Kehm thanked the circuit for the gesture

2014-03-02_0008 - Williams - Bahrain Bahrain has named the first corner of its grand prix circuit after injured F1 legend Michael Schumacher. Read the rest of this entry »


Jul 03

‘New’ Hamilton to carry Olympic torch

Lewis Hamilton has accepted an invitation to carry the Olympic torch early next week.

2012-06-09_04372012-06-09_1345The 2008 world champion reportedly wanted to run with the iconic flame through his home town of Stevenage, but that leg clashes with Sunday’s British grand prix at Silverstone.

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Mar 06

Williams F1 Conference Centre a Multiple Winner at Industry Awards

The Williams F1 Conference Centre has received two Silver awards at the highly acclaimed Meetings & Incentive Travel Awards 2012.

09 - Williams F1For the second successive year the Williams F1 Conference Centre has been awarded a Silver award for Best UK Conference Centre, and also picked up a Silver award for Best Conference & Banqueting Staff. It was voted to Silver place in both categories by corporate event organisers as a leading example of customer service, quality of product and guest satisfaction. Read the rest of this entry »