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Howard and Doug Sharp of Fairport, N.Y., ran away with the Spring Pumpkin Run in Millsboro, Del., over the weekend in their 1916 Hudson Hillclimber in the Northeast Rally Club’s kickoff of the rally season. The Sharps posted a 17.16 score, almost doubling the second-place time of 32.39 turned in by Pennsylvania’s Corky and Tim […]

Another fantastic Great Race rally car has come up for sale. It is a 1935 Ford that has been in several Great Races with a couple of different owners, most recently Bryan Dickson of Texas. He drove the car to the win in the Sportsman Division in 2013. Here is what Bryan says about the […]

Great Racers know Ted Stahl and GroupeStahl as the man and the company which provides the wild and popular Great Race shirts during the event each year. They have become known in Great Race circles simply as the “Stahl Shirts.” And most are aware the company does a lot of T-shirts around the world with […]

The city of Riverside, Calif., is gearing up for what is expected to be a huge start of the Great Race in mid-June. Being the start city is much more than just the start of the race. The city is planning several special events for the racers, including an opening banquet on Friday night in […]

Great Racer Peter Prescott, who headed the committee to bring the Great Race to his hometown of Gardiner, Maine, last year, has been recognized with a Special Service Award by the Kennebec Valley Chamber of Commerce for his efforts in bringing the event to town. The antique car rally stopped overnight in Gardiner June 26 […]

Two-time Great Race champion Bobby Hadskey is thinning his collection and has decided to sell his very rare 1933 Ford roadster. And since it is a Great Race ready car he wanted to let all of the racers know about it. This car was actually raced by another Great Race champion – Dave Reeder. Bobby […]

Pre-war vehicles has always been the backbone of the Great Race. And in this case, the war we are talking about is World War I. The 2019 Great Race will take place more than 100 years after the end of the “War to End All Wars,” but there will be at least seven vehicles that […]

We love it when a Hemmings publication hits our desk. Whether it’s the flagship Hemmings Motor News, or the Classic Car or Muscle Machines titles, we can always count on great content. Our copy of the April 2019 Hemmings Muscle Machines landed at the office this week and we were thrilled to see an article […]

Little did Scott Henderson know when he volunteered to represent his hometown in the Great Race in 2013 what exactly he was getting into. The team which was supposed to represent Mobile, Alabama, had to drop out with less than a week before the event was to begin in St. Paul, Minn. Local officials in […]

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