Idaho racer Sting Ray Robb at age 18, wins his first Road to Indy Pro 2000 race at Mid Ohio Sports Car Course. Autocross coming to Loring and a report about my most enjoyable race as well as an update on the Edwin walker restoration of 1983 Rabbit GTI
Young Canadian stock car racer Ryan Messer continues his winning ways with his first win of the COVID shortened 2020 season. Another young New Brunswick racer, Ian Rasmussen, hopes to make his appearance in Victory Circle in 2020.
Evan Beaulieu spent three years away from racing his super late model race car while he got married and built his home. His debut was a success despite not winning.
A young man from Caribou shows a talent and desire for restoring cars, a trait becoming more rare in this day and age.
After two delays forced on them by COVID-19 restrictions, Tame the Track Snowmobile Tour finally held awards/appreciation night in Brewer. Kody Swanson takes a step toward Indy racing.
Maine nan sets two world records in two weeks in a rental car. Motorsports world opens its eyes to the accomplishment of the Hancock man. Kody Swanson opens season with win.
The COVID-19 forced the 40th Annual Formula SAE competition to be virtual. Maine native, Philip LaPointe, once again assisted with judging the 2020 edition. Don Garlits gets beat in the race to 200 mph in electric dragsters.
Low budget restorations are great to read especially when done well like the example in this episode. Heartbroken describes the community following the death of Spud Speedway’s owner Troy Haney’s fiancee’s 17 year-old daughter Kacie Haney in an automobile accident.
Junk it or fix it! That was the question I had to deal with, a story many of you probably have come face-to-face with in your auto ownership. I hope I made the right choice.
COVID19 finishes off another Maine business. One of my favorite race locations is now closed for good. Sad announcement for me and many others!