Members of the Radio Operated Car Club of Knoxville Racing club spend their Saturdays racing cars on a homemade dirt track in Chilhowee Park. Their cars tend to land upside down after some of the jumps they drive through. Luckily for the drivers, they are perched atop a 15-foot observation deck. And luckily for the [...]
Car admirers gathered in Davenport, Iowa on June 23 for “The Great Race” in which competitors race along the Mississippi River for prize money, charity and to show off their vintage cars. There is over $150,000 in prize money, with $50,000 going to the winner of the race at the end of this eight day [...]
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