Nick Sweet of Barre, Vt., hopes to cap off a part-time effort with RPM Motorsports with another strong effort when the ACT Late Model Tour concludes its season with the Fall Foliage 200 at Airborne Speedway in Plattsburgh, N.Y., on Saturday, October 8. Sweet, who won in the No. 57 RPM Racing Engines Ford at his home track of Thunder Road International Speedbowl last month, will be making his debut at the “new” Airborne Speedway, which was repaved prior to the 2010 season. RPM Motorsports has already clinched the 2011 ACT championship with driver Brian Hoar in the No. 37 GossCars.com Dodge, and can finish with two cars in the Top-4 in the Tour's owner standings with a strong effort in the finale.