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Episode 338 Part 1

November 8, 2020

Hello Folks, technical glitches are attacking again this week. I hope by splitting Episode 338 into two parts this will relieve some of those troubles. I thank you for your patience.

Maine Motorsports Hall of Fame member garners another hall of fame honor

Tom Peters, Presque Isle, Maine at the 2018 Maine Motorsports Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony at the Augusta Civic Center. Lorraine Chamberlain and Joe Chamberlain, Woodland, Maine awarded him his momentos. Peters was the first snowmobile racer to be inducted into the Maine Motorsports Hall of Fame.(HTF Motorsports photo)

Tom Peters at top of the page in the official Eastern Snowmobile Hall of Fame induction program. Peters along with George Gordon, Paul Lamontagne, Judy Rinaldi and Ted Winot made up the fourth class of inductees. The Eastern Hall of Fame is headquartered in the Crane Snowmobile Museum in Lancaster, New Hampshire.(Eastern Snowmobile Hall of Fame photo)

After the induction ceremony at Crane Snowmobile Museum, Lancaster, New Hampshire. Presque Isle’s Tom Peters was unable to attend the september 17, 2020 event due to orders from his oncologist. Inductees from left to right, Joe Wilkinson, Ted Winot’s daughter Darcy Brill accepting on behalf of her deceased father, Paul Lamontagne, George Gordon, Judy Rinaldi, Marc Belanger accepting on behalf of Tom Peters, and Roger Poulin. (Crane Snowmobile Museum photo)

Tom Peters aboard his 1968 Ski Doo Super 370 raced that season. (Tom Peters photo)

Though not the exact sled that he raced in 1968, Tom Peters with the help of restoration expert Greg Roderick was restoring this 1968 Ski Doo Super 370 at Roderick’s shop. The Covid-19 pandemic has put the project on hold. (Tom Peters photo)

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Tom Hale

About Tom Hale

Tom wrote 14 years as freelancer for the Bangor Daily Sports covering motorsports in Maine. Now blogging and concentrating on human interest stories about people and places in racing. He races Champ Karts and owns HTF Motorsports in remote Westmanland, Maine