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The history of the former Catamount Stadium (aka Catamount Int'l Speedway) in Milton, VT.  Catamount was fast 1/3-mile oval that operated from 1965 through 1987 before its land was "developed" into an IBM industrial complex.  Nearly 100% of the statistical information here was copied from the Catamount history book written by David Paris.  For lots more information, pictures, stories, and more on Catamount, check out Bill Ladabouche's fantastic website at!


Grand American, 1977-1979

Grand Touring

Hurricanes, 1970-1975

Late Model Sportsmen, 1971-1987

Limited Sportsmen, 1970

Limited Sportsmen, 1976


Mini Stocks, 1973-1981

Street Stocks, 1978-1987

DISCLAIMER: Many of the photos on this website have been used without prior permission, and for that, we're sorry.  For the ones we did ask to use, thanks a ton!  Proper credit is due every photographer, but since tagging every single shot would take a really long time, and we've forgotten a lot of who took what, let's just thank everyone who has "helped" out now: Alan Ward, Eric LaFleche/, Gene Gagne/, Leif Tillotson, Brian McCullough (RACEGOD), the late David Heath, Dave Brown, Cindy Weed, John Sullivan, Norm Marx, Bethany Bell,, the late Bob Doyle, Ron Pittsley, David Paris, Jim DuPont, Tom Herzig, and myriad others.  A huge thanks goes out to contributors Andy Boright, the late Cho Lee, and Christian "Ti Gaz" Genest, all treasurers of racing history.  You're all awesome and very much appreciated!!!
--- Website updated and maintained in memory of Cho Lee ---