Great Race Saturday June 23

It’s a team effort and sometimes those team members are our very young grandchildren!

After the start on Saturday, June 23, at the Pierce Arrow Museum (highlighted by grand marshal Wayne Carini and his own 1916 Pierce Arrow), we made our way to the first overnight stop in Fairport, N.Y. Fairport is on the Erie Canal and there is a very picturesque bridge at the finish line. This stop/city was the winner of the Best Lunch Stop on the Great Race in 2012 and tonight’s reception didn’t disappoint. Dinner on Saturday evening is at a local favorite – and we are all looking forward to trying something called “the Garbage Plate.” Thanks to all the fans that came out to send us off at the starting line. It’s really hard to explain how wonderful all the people along the route are. There’s something about classic cars that just brings out the best in people. We are so thankful to be able to participate again this year, especially with so many family members.

We are at the start! Two-Wheel Mary is ready to go.


Dan Stahl and Brad Phillips are ready to start the Great Race 2018 in the 1935 Auburn.

Rolling along…

This is the 8th Great Race for the 1941 Packard, but a first with the father/son team of Brett and Noah. Good luck guys!

The Spirit of Stahls’ is on the way! Good luck Trevor and Josh!

Brad and Dan are ready to rumble.

The Mustang Sallys are looking good.

Kaitlyn is doing a great job navigating on her first Great Race.

The Pink Ladies have completed the first leg of the Great Race 2018. Congratulations to Krystin and Micaela in the 1962 Chevy Nova.

Family photo at the Pierce Arrow Museum in Buffalo.

Good job buddy!

Trevor Stahl, Dan Stahl and Josh Hull

Pit crew members come in all shapes and sizes

And we’re off!

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