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The 2019 Great Race Regulations have been released for the upcoming rally season, and all racers are urged to read over them closely. There are no major changes from last year other than the usual updating of city stops and our continuing effort to clean up the wording. One major enforcement which will take place […]

As all Great Racers know, Rex Gardner and the Vintage Car Rally Association have worked hard for almost a decade raising money to donate to charity, namely Autism organizations, schools and chapters in need. Great Race has provided its venue since 2011 for VCRA to raise funds on its annual event which has led to […]

A pre-war Great Race veteran car is for sale, something we don’t see happen much any more. And this one is turn-key and affordable. It is Dale Bell’s 1936 Buick which competed without any problems in the 2013 and 2014 Great Races. Dale is a longtime Great Race veteran who has built many cars for […]

Two-time Great Race Grand Champion Gary Kuck has passed away after his battle with cancer. Kuck, from Lincoln, Nebraska won the event in his 1917 Hudson Indy car in 1998 (Tacoma, Washington to Haverhill, Massachusetts) and 1999 (Marietta, Georgia to Anaheim, California) as navigator. Rex Gardner was his driver both of those years. Kuck also […]

Dave Coon is selling his 1953 Chevrolet Club Coupe, which competed in this year’s Great Race with no mechanical issues. The car has the 235 inline six cylinder engine, Powerglide automatic transmission and has been upgraded to 12 volt charging system. It also has power steering. The car is equipped with a Time Wise speedometer, […]

The one-hour TV show on the 2018 Great Race from Buffalo, New York to Halifax, Nova Scotia, will air on the Velocity Channel on Saturday, November 17, at 7 a.m. Eastern time. The show will feature all city stops along the route and most vehicles in the event. It highlights all of the highs (from […]

Dana and Doug Sharp have again won the Pumpkin Run in Millsboro, Del., in their 1916 Hudson. Dana subs for Doug’s father Howard on this event. The couple from Fairport, New York had a two-day score of 15.84. They were followed by the father-son team of John and Greg Hudson from Baldwinsville, New York with […]

Scott Henderson’s funeral arrangements have been made, and they will be at noon on Tuesday, Oct. 23, in Mobile from the chapel of Mobile Memorial Gardens Funeral Home. The family will receive friends starting at 10 a.m. I have added the link below for you to read his obituary.   Click Here For Information

Great Racer and 2018 Spirit of the Event winner Scott Henderson passed away Thursday morning, October 18, after a courageous battle with cancer. Scott and his daughter Mallory have become fixtures on the event in their teal colored 1964 ½ Mustang convertible, first competing in the X-Cup Division and eventually the Sportsman Division. Scott famously […]

Howard and Doug Sharp traveled all the way from Fairport, New York to Chattanooga, Tennessee for the three-day Coker Tire Challenge, and after it was finished, they carried home the trophy for first place. It was the 13th annual Challenge, and teams came from as far away as Vermont, Canada and Texas to compete. The […]

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