Two stories this week about hard working racers from Maine competing on the national stage, Austin Theriault from Fort Kent in ARCA and John Cassidy from Bangor in Rally America.
Fort Kent, Maine’s Austin Theriault has a first and a second in the two races he has run in the “Irish Hills” of Michigan. Plus action from USAC, Speedway 660 in Canada, Le Mans and more.
This is why good safety equipment and proper use in motorsports allows drivers to walk away.
The ARCA race at Elko Speedway was a great example of short track racing at it’s best. Okay NASCAR put the Camping World Trucks and Xfinity Series cars at theses type tracks and watch the fans fill the grandstands.
What a busy weekend of motorsports events! Whew, I think I will need a few days to recover and I wasn’t racing!
Learn about another award for Maine Motorsports Hall of Fame member, latest on Austin Theriault, Canadian teen age racer Ryan Messer, Formula SAE with Philip LaPointe, and more…
Update on Marine Corp Mom from Episode 82. Photos now added to UpNorth Motorsports as of Monday May 15 at 9:00 pm
Racers are no different than the majority of people when it comes to the love for Mom. Read some of their tributes to their moms.
Racing action is heating up on all fronts, plus a controversial idea which could bring stock car racing back to Spud Speedway.
Stock car racing community is made up of all kinds of personalities. Boisvert epitomizes the self taught successful owner/driver/builder.