Great Race 2022 – Day 3 – Binghamton, NY to Erie, PA

June 21, 2022

We covered a lot of ground on Day 3 of the Hemmings Motor News Great Race presented by Hagerty Drivers Club. We started our day in Binghamton, New York, after last night’s amazing stop. We quickly hopped on the interstate to get out of town, and found our way onto the back roads of Southern New York. Once again, we passed through many small towns and villages, and then took a quick break in Montour Falls, New York for a photo app with the beautiful water fall view from Main Street. Then, it was a lap around the historic Watkins Glen course, which ended in downtown Watkins Glen. Scenic views were plentiful on the rest of the morning drive, as we made our way to Alfred State College in Wellsville, New York for lunch. A great turnout of car enthusiasts welcomed the teams into town, and watched as they hit the road again. From there, it was a long trek that saw plenty of hills and beautiful views. Finally, we were greeted by another awesome crowd, this time in Erie, Pennsylvania, our fourth state in three days of rallying. At the end of stage 3 it was the team of Josh Hull and Trevor Stahl taking home the daily victory with a score of 1.62 seconds, one of the lowest daily scores in the history of the event. Tomorrow, we head into Ohio…will we see another different daily winner?

12 comments about “Great Race 2022 – Day 3 – Binghamton, NY to Erie, PA”

  • You’re almost here-at the best PIT STOP PARTY of the 2022 RACE aka Perrysburg, Ohio.
    First day of summer and the weather is suppose to prove it.
    Keep driving safely and we will see you about 5 p.m.

  • I was in Binghamton, NY to welcome the Great American Race to Binghamton. My brother was co-chair for the Great American Race in Binghamton, I was greeting the cars as they came into the finish line. I said welcome to Binghamton and the drivers all said thank you. A lady was saying the people are so nice.

  • I’m proud of the spirit of Stephen Hebert and Dennis O”Connell. Even though the original Blues Mobile broke down, they bought and refitted a new old car to be Blues Mobile 2.0. I know they can’t win, but they can participate. Thank you to the guys from Connecticut who helped them make the magical transition!

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