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Cyr Wins His First Drag Race of Season

Gene Cyr wins at Oxford Plains Dragway. LMN Photography

Episode 126 October 9, 2016 Gene Cyr Wins at Oxford Dragway For the last couple years I have had the opportunity to follow the drag racing exploits of Gene Cyr of Crouseville as he travels throughout the northeast. From a race shop near his home in this small town this young man has diligently pursued […]

Brenda Sue Recovering From Racing Accident

Brenda Sue Carver of Sequin, Texas was injured when her motorcycle left the track . Race official Tim Kelly said, "She simply lost control and exited to the left". HTF Motorsports photo

Episode 125 October 2, 2016 The Latest on Brenda Sue Carver’s Road to Recovery On Sunday morning September 4, 2016 Brenda Sue Carver pointed  her racing motorcycle down the Loring runway attacking her records of 234 in the mile and 239 in the mile and one-half set at the Mojave Mile event April 11, 2015.Story […]

Should Wyatt Use This Photo For High School Yearbook

This Wyatt Alexander senior portrait certainly would be unique in the Ellsworth High School yearbook. Despite the excellent photo it is almost certain Alexander will use a more traditional pose. John A. Miller Photography

Episode 124 September 25, 2016 WAR Unique Senior Yearbook Picture? Maine Man on Winning  Sprint Cup Team at New Hampshire Motor SpeedwayStory continues below advertisement. Where’s Austin? Austin Theriault was at New Hampshire Motor Speedway this past weekend. Though he currently does not have a ride with a NASCAR team he continues to make his […]

Marine Comes Home To Support Marathon

Woodland native Amanda eason returns home for Inagural Caribou Marathon. Entering water Station #5 where I was volunteering. HTF Motorsports photo

Episode #123 September 18, 2016 Purple Heart Marine Runs in Hometown Marathon  Story continues below advertisement. You may have met Sargent Amanda Eason in Episode 82 published on November 11, 2015. She related her story about April 20, 2010 when her convoy was ambushed in Afghanistan. The armored truck she was driving took two direct […]

We Remember 9/11

Fire satins Around the Country remember 9/11 today. Caribou Fire and Ambulance's display to honor their fallen comrades. HTF Motorsports photo

Episode 122 September 11, 2016 15 years? It Seems Like Only Yesterday Tim St. Peter one of my agriculture students came into my third period class (about 10:00 o’clock am)  saying  planes had hit the World Trade Center in New York. I thought it must have been a wayward private plane or something similar. Class […]

Loring Event Provides Spills and Thrills

Brenda Sue Carver of Sequin, Texas was injured when her motorcycle left the track . Race official Tim Kelly said, "She simply lost control and exited to the left". HTF Motorsports photo

Episode 121 September 4, 2016 Loring Timing Association Harvest Event 2016 Despite closing down a few hours early on Sunday when Brenda Sue Carver had an off-track incident many records were set. At last check Ms Carver is recovering from her injuries and is expected to have a full recovery.Story continues below advertisement. Electric Motorcycle […]

Misfortune Plagues County Racers

This sums it up for the 250 and Austin Theriault's attempt to finish in the top 5 in consecutive years. The #50 car came up and over the Theriault car around lap 126. HTF Motorsports photo

Episode # 120 August 29, 2016 Racers With County Ties Have Tough Day Fort Kent’s Austin Theriault finished 35th after winning heat race number six. He was dropping back steadily from his sixth place starting spot until lap 121 when smacked in the rear of the car by Jeff White. Theriault attributed his rearward march […]

Theriault Homecoming At Oxford 250

Wyatt Alexander on left with Austin Theriault prior to UNOH 175 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Could they both be involved in NASCAR in the future? Photo courtesy Chris Roy Photography

Episode 119 August 21, 2016 43rd Annual HP Hood Oxford 250 Next Sunday One of the most anticipated races this year is Sunday the 28th at Oxford Plains Speedway. Fifty five entries from primarily the northeast and the Maritimes were reported as of the 18th on the Oxford 250 website.Story continues below advertisement. The race […]

Six Tenths of a Foot Separate First and Third

Tyler Raymond, Caribou on his 1952 Farmall Super C came up six tenths of a foot shy of first in the Antique Tractor Pulls at Fort Kent Saturday. Flying Farmer Racing photo

Episode 118 August 14, 2016 You’ve Got To Be Kidding Me…Six Tenths of a Foot? Sometimes in motorsports competition fractions of an inch or second means the difference between a win or a loss. Former Spud Speedway Senior Champ Kart Points Champion Tyler Raymond of Caribou experienced that in a tractor pull Saturday in Fort […]