Erin Stahl with Ted and Mary Stahl. It’s great that all the Stahl siblings were able to participate in some way this year. We are a true Great Race family.
Day two of the Great Race 2018 is on the books. Congratulations to all the teams that made such great times. This evening, Team Stahl and all the 130 racers received the most welcoming greeting from all the supporters lining the streets of historic Troy, New York. Earlier in the day, we enjoyed a lunch stop at the Northeast Classic Car Museum in Norwich. What a fantastic collection of cars and motorcycles. Despite the rain (remember, the Stars and Stripes doesn’t have a top), everyone arrived safely. Once again, the crowds are on hand to cheer everyone on and offer support. We said goodbye to Erin Stahl, who spent yesterday driving with us in the GTO. It’s really great that all the Stahl siblings were able to take part in some way this year. Keep your fingers crossed for some sun tomorrow as we head towards Bennington, Vermont.
Thanks to Coker Tire and Hagerty for all your sponsorship.
The perfect welcoming committee for the Stars and Stripes. You need to borrow his outfit Trevor.
We could have spent the whole day at the North East Classic Car Museum in Norwich. Really enjoyed this wonderful collection of cars, bikes, and trucks. We also went by the National Baseball hall of fame in Cooperstown.
The North East Classic Car Museum had a fantastic collection of motorcyles.
Noah Stahl is navigating, not an easy task.
Ted and Mary in the GTO arriving in Troy, New York on June 24.
Dan and Brad are doing really great in the Auburn
A favorite for all ages, the Stars and Stripes 1932 Ford Roadster.
Downtown Historic Troy trolley