A hard fought championship for potato country’s Sting Ray Robb advances him up on the Road to Indy. Spud Speedway historian is looking for stories and a new car club is being built in Maine.
The end of the 2020 racing season brings a mixture of feelings, some good, some not so good. Share your thoughts if you desire.
Part III of the Fran Cyr restoration of the mystery Scat Cat hydroplane. Plus Sting Ray Robb captures Road to Indy title and new off road club holds first event.
Racing canoe designer/builder Fran Cyr, Caribou, Maine, developed the skills to restore the “mystery” hydroplane by building 15 cedar strip racing canoes over the course of 19 years.
Everyone seems to like a good mystery. The restoration story of a Scat Cat hydroplane with an unknown builder begins here with the story of restorer Fran Cyr.
Covid tried to shut down stock car racing, however, racing did take place albeit on a limited basis. That season is coming to a close soon.
Despite the Loring Timing Association speed trial being a non-spectator event, racers made the most of favorable conditions to set multiple speed records.
Five races! That’s correct…five races with four pole positions for Kody Swanson in the heart of the Midwest racing scene this weekend.
It has been seemingly a long time coming, however, Wyatt Alexander decisively raced the family super late model to Victory Circle in the debut of the Granite State Pro Series at Beech Ridge Motor Speedway. Kody Swanson sets new records, and more…
For the first time in 2020 motorsports action took place in Aroostook County. It all began with the canceling of the Tame the Track Snowmobile Racing Tour races in Caribou in March. The Firecracker 200 was lost to the Covid19 pandemic as well. It was a welcome relief when the Cumberland Motor Club pulled into the former Air Force Base for their 11th Annual Mega Autocross.