Tuesday, July 17, 2012
Thursday, May 31, 2012
The second mud bog took us to Crisfield on Sunday May 27. What a crowd! Seems like the idea to add more bleachers this season was a most wonderful thought! What a HUGE crowd of spectators and they seemed to enjoy every minute of the race day.
Probably the greatest suprise on Sunday was knowing the Buddy Ward would be our "sportscaster" for the day! This was his first time for announcing the races and Buddy did a wonderful job! Being able to hear when you are in the pits isn't easy and most times, even when paying attention, you just cannot hear. Thanks Buddy for placing a speaker in the pit area. Buddy gave us great announcing all day long and a music selection that was woth listening to! (I despise twangy country music)
Be sure to tell Buddy how much you appreciated him taking on that rather difficult task of announcing ALL day long.
Race preparation is not easy- especially on hot days. Most trucks begin with a spotless truck. If you have never washed a muddy truck you have NO idea what washing a vehicle means. But for those who love the sport is worth the time.... and so is changing tires.......
|"All Night Soldier"- Patrick Long/Owner/Driver|
(187 East Performance/Bowden Racing)
Friday, September 9, 2011
But that's part of loving to race in the mud.
Here are some photos of the brand new suspension under 'The Grey Ghost'. My question is will they ever begin to squeak? The truck looks great! and if you are thinking about a new suspension for your truck the website address is on the bumper of 'The Grey Ghost'. - Clever idea. http://www.themetalshopfab.com/