T.J.’s blog about races around the country.
It’s amazing how through Motorsports people can feel a connection to someone they have rarely or never seen in person or ever met personally. In 1987 I made my first trip to Central Pennsylvania for a two day World of Outlaws show at Williams Grove Speedway. With the Outlaw regulars I had seen a handful of the Central Pa. teams before at Eldora, but one car in particular caught my eye. It was a white car with brown trip and gold lettering for “Camel Express” carrying number 26. […]
We are prepared for sprint car overload over the next three days with three of the biggest dirt sprint car races in the country taking place, one of the biggest pavement races to take place that nobody is really talking about, and a full slate of Australia action to wet the race palette. […]
Bad weather can make a mess out of any open wheel racing weekend. Big or small any event encountering rain can potentially produce scheduling nightmares. Entertainment pursued during early rain outs can cost more than going to the race track. This weekend a perfect storm hits at the end of 2009 with several major events stacked on top of each other. […]
Imagine pouring your heart and soul into designing and building your very first race car and having a future NASCAR star drive it into victory lane the first night out of the box. Joe Devin could never imagine in his wildest dreams a debut for the new DRC chassis as took place at Hartford Speedway Park during the All Star Circuit of Champions event. Kahne drove the new car to victory in it’s very first outing lapped up to the eighth place car. […]