Part one of a compelling story of grassroots racing and special people that make it happen. Army veteran Cliff Warrens story begins this episode.
Maine racer sets the fastest transcontinental time in a classic based on the Cannonball Run made famous by Burt Reynolds.
A tribute to a local racer who lived up to the ideals of a sportsman, Robert Tomlinson, Arthurette, New Brunswick. Plus Roger Penske awarded Presidential Medal of Freedom
Named after a car can be interesting especially if its a Corvette Sting Ray! Meet the young man with one of the most recognizable names in motorsports.
Veteran Subaru rally driver visits the center of Subaru Motorsports USA. WAR races down south once again.
Caribou, Maine NASA Astronaut can claim title of “Fastest Speed for any Woman in Maine”. Jessica Meirs is spending the next six months aboard the International Space Station doing a wide variety of projects and fulfilling her high school yearbook ambition to do a space walk!
Snowmobile grass drags results are in and County racers prepare for one of the largest snowmobile grass drags in the country in New Hampshire October 11-13. The Milk Bowl winner kisses a cow and Swanson wins fifth USAC title.
Big Woods Snowmobile Grass Drags feature loads of action, warm temperatures and over 600 Saturday attendees. Northern Maine Karting Association finishes it’s season with a triple-header, a new champion, and good racing at Spud Speedway.
Aroostook County vintage racing fan, Jesse Michaud made the trek to Arundel Speedway near Kennebunkport to join several racers at the Arundel Speedway Fun Day. Holler Customs finishes Jurassic Park Jeep and I get a pleasant surprise while photographing my Photo of the Week shot.
USAC Silver Crown racing series is dominated by one of racing’s true gentlemen, Kody Swanson. The all time winningest race driver won his 29th race at Lucas Oil Raceway. Maine man also finds himself in Victory Lane at Indy.