ACT Full Season Entry for 2024 Released, Wall First to Return

New Hampshire’s Bryan Wall Jr. turned in the first official entry received at the ACT office on Monday.

Share

Top
hero image for ACT Full Season Entry for 2024 Released, Wall First to Return

As officials, teams and fans make their last-minute preparations for the holiday season, the American-Canadian Tour office released the Full Season Entry Form for the 2024 season ahead. The Full Season Entry entitles a team to all 13 American-Canadian Tour point-counting events during 2024 season for just $700, a $275 discount if mailed before March 1st. After March 1st, the Full Season Entry will be available for $1,000. East Kingston, New Hampshire’s Bryan Wall Jr. turned in the first official entry received at the ACT office on Monday.

Wall, the 2022 White Mountain Motorsports Park Late Model Rookie of the Year, attempted to make it two-for-two by chasing the freshman honors on the American-Canadian Tour last season but came up short to Waterbury Center’s Tanner Woodard in the final tally. Looking to capitalize on lessons learned last season, alongside returning crew chief and former ACT Champion Nick Sweet, Bryan Wall Jr. looks to increase his point-standings and potentially nab his first touring win in 2024.

The Full Season Entry takes away one of the pre-race hassles for ACT Teams, ensuring that teams have entered each event in a timely manner and, perhaps most importantly, earning their 25 bonus points! The American-Canadian Tour will feature 13 events across the Northeast from Quebec City, Canada to Connecticut with eight events featuring purses of at least $5,000 to win and dotted with some of New England’s most prestigious events.

The ACT office has also released license applications and team registration paperwork for the upcoming season. Registered teams from the previous season have until February 1, 2024 to renew their car number for the new season. Teams are encouraged to fill out the registration forms for promotional purposes with information used throughout the season.

The American-Canadian Tour wishes everyone a happy holiday season and looks forward to an exciting year ahead with many irons still in the fire for what will be the latest competitive season in an illustrious history.

For more information about the American-Canadian Tour, contact the ACT offices at (802) 244-6963, media@acttour.com, or visit www.acttour.com. You can also get updates on Facebook and Twitter at @ACTTour.

-American-Canadian Tour Press Release
-Photo credit: Erik Tavares

Racer Jobs 300

RACERJOBS.COM

Accelerate Your Career In Motorsports With Racer Jobs