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Eddie Posts Top Ten Finish at Seekonk Speedway
Eddie Mac drove from his 29th starting position in the PASS series feature at Seekonk Speedway for a ninth place finish. The 150 lap event was the final race for the PASS series as part of the Haunted Hundred program at the Cement Palace.

The 17ma Freddie Peterson owned Chevy struggled right from the start of the day with an ill-handling car. Eddie Mac started fifth in the heat but went straight to the back when the car was just too loose and was relegated to the final starting spot for the feature.

"It was really strange that the car did not respond to any of the adjustments we made in practice even with the new tires," said the frustrated driver after the race. "It just wouldn't turn in the corners during the heat and I had all I could do just to hang on to it. We haven't had a lot of success at this track but our car has never been this bad. It was really a tough day and fortunately our final adjustments with about 30 laps to go gave me the chance to move into the top ten."

When the green flag waved Eddie Mac was able to move cautiously through the field but unable to make a serious challenge. An early pit stop on a caution gave slight improvement as Eddie Mac was able to move into the 18th position. The Rowley, Mass veteran did have some luck in just missing a couple of wrecks right in front of him.

"Maybe that was a sign we could have a decent finish after all," laughed Eddie Mac. "I didn't miss those wrecks by much and Rollie and I decided to pit with about 30 to go and we made a wedge adjustment that started to work. I had to stay on the bottom for the most part because it seemed no one could race the second groove. I was out there a bit near the end and we were ok but the bottom was definitely the place to be. I probably could have gotten a couple of more spots but I was behind DJ (Shaw) and he was running for the championship so I didn't want to hurt his chances. Congratulations to him and the team for their championship."

"It was not the way we wanted to end our season here but I have to thank the crew for all the incredible effort throughout the season on Freddie's and Dave Lemieux's cars, "said Eddie Mac. "We have so many dedicated people associated with our team and Rollie and I are forever grateful for their commitment. Our sponsors have been great and it was awesome to have Kenny and Scott Thompson from Hancock Electric in Quincy with us today. They have been with us for 12 incredible years and we can never thank them enough. Thanks also to Derek Beatrice from EXIT Realty, Rob Grimm from Grimm Construction, HMS and Schroth Racing and some many others who have helped us this season."

Eddie Mac will close out his season at the Fairgrounds Speedway in Nashville, Tennessee this coming Sunday racing in the All American 400 in the Pathfinder Chassis house car. The star studded field can be seen on pay-per-view on Speed 51.com on November 3.
Photos by
Norm Marx


Twelfth Place Finish for Eddie MacDonald at Oxford

Eddie MacDonald struggled with a loose handling car to post a 12th place finish in the 150 lap PASS race at Oxford Plains Speedway on Saturday, October 19. Adding to the problem was the over aggressive push from a competitor during the heat race.

During the first two of four fifteen minute practices, Eddie Mac's EXIT Realty/Hancock Electric/Grimm Construction Chevy performed well on the old practice tires from the Oxford 250 but the handling and speed disappeared when the new Hoosier tires were bolted on the Freddie Peterson owned ride.

"I was happy with the car the first two practices on the old tires because it entered the corners great and cut the center and I was able to drive off, " said Eddie Mac. "When we put the new tires on the car just developed a loose condition going into the turns and off right away. Rollie (LaChance-crew chief) made what adjustments he could in the short amount of practice we had but the loose condition just continued."

With 41 Super Late Models on hand vying for starting positions in the feature a solid finish in the heat race was essential. Eddie Mac started eighth in the third of four heats with the top six from each heat making the feature. A caution flag on the third lap of the heat set the stage for more trouble. When the green flag waved to resume action, the #88 car just drove Eddie Mac into turn one without lifting and sent the #17ma sliding through turn two. By the time Eddie Mac regained control; he trailed the field to finish seventh and relegated to the consi race. Starting third in that 15 lap race, Eddie Mac finished second for a 26th starting spot in the feature.

Passing on the Oxford bullring is difficult but couple that with a loose racecar, it is nearly impossible to pass on the flat, 3/8 mile oval. Eddie Mac was mired deep in the field that ran side by side for much of the early going along with the fact no cautions until lap 122 made passing even more difficult. By lap 76, the leader passed Eddie Mac to put him one lap down. Through attrition Eddie Mac drove in the top 15 cars and was second in line for the lucky dog when he caution waved on lap 122.

Eddie Mac battled the #03 side by side for the next lucky dog position eventually losing the spot on lap 131 before only the second caution on lap 140 set the stage for the final ten laps. When the checkered flag waved, the Rowley, Mass. veteran crossed the line in 12th place.

"This was not the way we wanted to race and it is very disappointing to finish like this," said Eddie Mac after the race. "We just missed the set up and we were surprised how loose the car was with the new tires. When I first went out on the old tires the car handled completely different.

 We thought we had the right set up for the race so it is frustrating to have the car react this way."
"Thanks to Freddie Peterson, our car owner, for all that he does for us and hopefully we will have a better run for him next week at Seekonk," said Eddie. "We appreciate the support of Derek Beatrice from EXIT Realty, Scott and Kenny Thompson from Hancock Electric, and Rob Grimm from Grimm Construction. Of course, none of this would be possible without our crew consisting of Tom, Craig, Warren, Ryan, Hoppy, and Laura for all their hard work."

Next Saturday, Eddie Mac will return to Seekonk Speedway for the season finale Pro Stock/Super Late Model feature.
Photos by Richard Casey
Photos by Norm Marx

Eddie Mac Wins the Rain Delayed GSPSS at Thompson

For the second year in a row, Eddie Mac powered to victory in the Granite State Pro Stock Series 50 lap feature in the World Series of Racing at Thompson Motorsports Park on Saturday. Weather played a major role in the three day event washing out the Friday schedule forcing some creative rescheduling to combine two days into one.

Eddie Mac only managed one brief morning practice on Friday morning before rain moved in forcing officials to final cancel the day's events late in the afternoon. The Saturday schedule remained in a state of flux Saturday morning due to a constant drizzle. The Granite State qualifying was wiped out and only a five lap practice was squeezed in with the starting race grid established by points. Eddie Mac's EXIT Realty/Hancock Electric/Grimm Construction Chevy started the race 13th in the 14 car field.

When the green flag finally flew after 8:00 pm., Eddie Mac was on the move early and by the first caution restarted in the second spot behind the #93 car. For the next 24 laps and two more caution flags, Eddie Mac and the #93 driven by Ray Christian battled door to door with the Rowley, Mass. veteran hanging on the inside groove before taking the lead on lap 38. Once out front, Eddie Mac quickly drove to a comfortable five to six car length lead to the checkered flag twelve laps later.

"We really wanted this win for our great friend and teammate for my entire racing career, John JT Tiernan who passed away recently," said Eddie Mac after the race. "His service was this morning and we had to miss it in order to be here. Johnny was with me when I first started racing when I was a teenager and taught so many of us through the years and was the voice of reason to a bunch of gung ho kids. JT was an outstanding paint and body man who knew aero long ago but most of all he was and is a beloved friend and member of our family and we miss him every day. So this win is extra special."

"I thank Joe Wood who filled in for Rollie this weekend," said Eddie Mac. "Joe is the owner of Pathfinder Chassis located in Wisconsin and we have run two races out there with Joe and he was kind enough to volunteer to come out here to crew chief the car and help get the win. Joe really worked great with our crew that is always willing to do anything to help our team. They are an awesome group of people and we certainly could not do this without their commitment. Thanks to Denise and Darcy Lemieux and Kerry Rinaldi for all the food they cooked for all of us. We are definitely spoiled and appreciate their efforts."

"Thanks also to our car owner Dave Lemieux, Lemieux Builders, and Brian Neal, Neal Excavating, for everything," said Eddie Mac. "We are fortunate to have them along with help from Derek Beatrice from EXIT Realty, Ken and Scott Thompson from Hancock Electric, Freddie Peterson from Peterson Auto Body, and Rob Grimm from Grimm Construction. Thanks also to Schroth Racing, HMS, and Arvo Auto for their help. It is incredible the number of great people with us every race and we are forever thankful."

Eddie Mac and the crew will compete Saturday, October 19 in the PASS race at Oxford Plains Speedway and will return to Seekonk the following week in the Freddie Peterson owned Super Late Model for both races.
Photos by
Richard Casey


Eddie Posts 6th Place Finish at Seekonk Speedway
in Granite State Pro Stock Series 100

Eddie Mac drove the EXIT Realty/Hancock Electric Chevy to a sixth place finish in the DAV Fall Classic at Seekonk Speedway on Saturday, September 28. A tight condition, limited practice time, and the lack of an outside groove all contributed to the finish.

"The car was tight in the center and loose off and when we got stuck on the outside we just had to fall back to get in the bottom line," said Eddie Mac after the race. "There wasn't much practice time today to make many adjustments so we had to go with what we had."

After posting 12th fastest in the time trials, Eddie Mac started fifth in the first of three twelve lap heats races and secured a starting position in the 100 lap pro stock feature with a fifth place finish. The heat race was not without incident as the #03 came down the track and made contact with the #17ma then was hit from behind on the third circuit. No major damage to the Dave Lemieux owned ride but forward momentum was stalled as a result.

Starting 13th in the 26 car field, Eddie Mac moved toward the front when the opportunity presented itself on the bottom groove. It was clearly evident that anyone attempting an outside run would be unable to make any headway. By lap 30, Eddie Mac drove in the tenth position and into ninth at the halfway flag. On the lap 72 restart after the caution, Eddie Mac dove to the bottom from his seventh place starting position to make an incredible three wide pass to move into fourth place.

With the car getting looser as the race wound down, Eddie Mac found himself starting on the outside in fourth place on the lap 80 restart and that was not the place to be. Before the veteran racer could get to the bottom, Eddie Mac had to settle for sixth place. Again Eddie Mac drove back to fourth only to restart on the outside again on the final restart on lap 92. With only eight laps to go, the result was the same as the last restart with the car stuck on the outside until it could get to the bottom lane to take the checkered flag in sixth place.

"It was frustrating that we really didn't get a lot of practice to make adjustments but not having an outside groove just stopped anybody from running there, " said Eddie Mac. "We couldn't come in to make any changes because you would lose so much track position and it was tough to pass; we just had to make the best of it. The last two restarts on the outside hurt because we could run on the bottom and probably could have finished a few spots better that sixth. I am thankful to all the people on our crew for the great effort they gave today. Rollie (LaChance crew chief) and I appreciate everything they do."

"Thanks to our sponsors Derek Beatrice from EXIT Realty Beatrice Associates, Kenny and Scott Thompson from Hancock Electric, Brian Neal from Neal Excavating, Freddie Peterson from Peterson Auto Body, Rob Grimm from Grimm Construction. Thanks to Paul Rinaldi and Brian Neal for everything they do and our car owner, Dave Lemieux.

Next on the schedule is the World Series of Racing at Thompson on October 11, then Oxford Speedway and finally a return to Seekonk to close out the season.
Photos by Richard Casey  

$75,000.00 to win Pro Late Model 250
Saturday, August 31 - Sunday, September 1
Postponed to Monday, 9/3, by rain

Technical Issue Negates Solid Finish
for Eddie MacDonald at Jukasa

After starting on the pole and driving to a second place finish in the Canadian Short Track Nationals 250 lap event at Jukasa Motor Speedway in Ontario, Canada on Monday, September 2, Eddie MacDonald's car was disqualified in post-race inspection for an ignition box issue.

"This is just devastating for our entire team," said Eddie Mac after the race. "At no time did we attempt to circumvent the rules for the race and this appears to be the result of miss-communication on both our part and tech. We were told the inspection for the race was going to be demanding and we thought we had prepared the car to the best we could. We spent countless hours on the car body with the templates at the shop and we even had Dave Lemieux, our car owner, bring the carburetor that we run in the PASS Series to tech and have them check it. Everything passed. Every series I have run from NASCAR, Pass, ACT, and others, the tech people set the chip then seal it. When the tech inspector reached in the car with a screwdriver then sealed the box, we believed the chip was all set. Evidently we were supposed to remove the seal then set the chip ourselves. We had never heard of such a thing, so the thought never crossed our minds."

"After the ruling I tried to find out why we were not told to do it and the response was it was not his job to do that," said Eddie Mac. "If the body does not pass the template check or the wheelbase is off, the crew chief is told and the crew makes the adjustments. I thought the purpose of tech was to make sure all cars are in compliance with the rules and told to make adjustments when necessary. We were not told and would never remove a seal once we pass through tech. I was told by tech they will have to do better next year. It certainly does not help us now."

Despite the final verdict, the EXIT Realty/ Hancock Electric/Grimm Construction Chevy set the fast time to earn the pole position in the 40 car field on Saturday, and then had to wait until Monday after constant rain on Sunday forced the postponement. After the four-wide pre-race parade around the beautiful 5/8 of a mile oval and with the huge crowd on its feet, Eddie Mac led the field to the green flag and powered to the lead for the first 45 laps. The Rowley, Mass veteran racer decided to ride in the third position and let the brakes cool off. During the lap 91 caution the crew changed left side tires and made a small chassis adjustment. Teams were only allowed four tires to change for the race.

After restarting eighth, Eddie Mac moved through the field and into third place running comfortably until pitting on lap 212 for two right side tires and another adjustment. Restarting fifth, Eddie Mac took the lead on lap 225 and held it until lap 237 when eventual winner Bubba Pollard made the pass. Eddie Mac battled a tight condition with the new tires but was able to cruise to a second place finish and the anticipated $35,000 payday.

"I am so proud of the crew for the tremendous job they did all weekend," said Eddie Mac. "They worked their tails off and they gave me a fast car. I feel terrible the way it ended and it was a miserable to lose this finish if only we had been told earlier. It was an easy fix and after all the hard work leading up to this race to get hit with this is just sickening. Our car owner Dave Lemieux and Brian Neal have given us everything we needed and I feel awful for them. Thanks to our great engine builder Paul Rinaldi."

"Thanks, as always, for our dedicated sponsors: Derek Beatrice from EXIT Realty, Kenny and Scott Thompson from Hancock Electric, Rob Grimm from Grimm Construction, Freddie Peterson from Peterson Auto, HMS, and Schroth Racing," said Eddie Mac. "Words really can't express how everyone feels right now but we can hold our heads high with integrity knowing we did everything to the best of our ability. They can take away the trophy but they can't take away that."
Photos by Richard Casey 

Strong Northeast Contingent Heading 
to Big Race at Jukasa


Engine Trouble Stops Eddie MacDonald’s
Chance for Another Oxford 250 Title

A plume of white smoke erupted from underneath Eddie Mac's car on lap 225 during the Oxford 250 on Sunday, August 25th to end any chance for the Rowley, Mass. racer to win a third title. The 17ma Super Late Model Chevy battled overheating issues during the race with the engine finally expiring as Eddie Mac battled DJ Shaw side by side for second place with twenty five laps remaining in the prestigious feature. Unable to continue after three more laps, the Freddie Peterson owned ride was relegated to a 39th place finish.

"This happening is really heart breaking for everyone involved," said the disappointed driver after the race. "Everyone puts so much effort into this race; it is a huge letdown for the crew who worked so hard, Freddie, and all our sponsors and fans. The engine temp was rising but we hoped it would last for the final stretch of the race but it was not to be."

With sponsor NU Brewery located in New Gloucester, Maine on the hood, Eddie Mac started the 46th Annual Oxford 250 on the outside pole as a result of his win in the second of five heat races. As he did in the heat, Eddie Mac powered from his second place starting position to lead the race before giving up the spot on lap 12 to Nick Sweet before regaining to top position on lap 23. The duo swapped the lead back and forth with Eddie Mac controlling the lead from lap 55 to the caution on lap 95. The crew put on two tires and he returned to the track in the 18th position then falling back further. The cagey, veteran racer said it was the right call.

"We knew most of the teams behind us would take four tires and we would get run over from behind but we planned on taking our four tires later in the race and it really worked out," said Eddie Mac. "When we pitted again on caution lap 179 the crew put on the four new tires but unfortunately the car was pushing out water so we were hoping at that point it would hold out. When the race restarted, we were in a great position because all those other cars had to take only their two right side tires. Everything worked according to plan until it didn't."

Restarting 11th on the grid, Eddie Mac moved back into contention for the win and into fifth on lap 202 and was tracking down the leaders. On lap 223 Eddie Mac battled DJ Shaw for the second spot and as the two raced side by side for two laps it, looked as though Eddie would make the pass for the position but the engine blew up.

"I thought I had him but when the engine blew I lost power and had to bring it to the pits and our night was done, "said Eddie Mac. "It is really a terrible feeling to be so close and not get the chance for the win. I feel so bad for our entire team, especially our car owner Freddie (Peterson) who puts his heart and soul into this."

"We have such great support, we are thankful for everything people do for us," said Eddie. "The crew was fantastic all weekend and did an outstanding job on our pit stops. Thanks to NU Brewery for coming on board this race and if you get the chance go to the brewery and try their delicious beer. Thanks also go to Derek Beatrice from EXIT Realty, Scott and Kenny Thompson from Hancock Electric, and Rob Grimm from Grimm Construction for their continued support. We also welcomed another new sponsor TrueView Financial from Middleton, Mass. We are fortunate to have so many supporters and fans and we loved seeing so many this past weekend."

The team will race this weekend in the $75,000 to win Canadian Short Track Nationals at Jukasa Speedway in Ontario, Canada in the Dave Lemieux owned Super Late Model.
Photos by Richard Casey 
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Photos by Norm Marx


Top Five Finish for Eddie in PASS 150 Race at Oxford

Eddie MacDonald drove from his fourteenth starting position in the Pro Series All Star 150 lap event at Oxford Plains Speedway on Sunday, August 11 to post a fifth place run. With the team's sight set on the upcoming Oxford 250, the top five finish is evidence the new car is getting dialed in for Eddie Mac's attempt to add a third 250 title to his resume'.

"We are definitely getting closer to where we need the car to be for the 250," said Eddie Mac. "It takes a while to get a new car dialed in and we have been trying a number of different set ups and I believe we are headed in the right direction. Now we need to qualify better and be there at the end to give ourselves a shot to win. We came close today but we faded at the end."

The EXIT Realty/Hancock Electric Chevy started 14th in the 39 car field after posting a fourth place finish in the second of four heats. Eddie Mac rode for a while early before moving up to tenth by lap 35. The Oxford bullring is a difficult place to pass as Eddie Mac had to negotiate the bottom lane of the track while dealing with a tight race car. With the large field surrounding the 1/4 mile flat oval, the leaders had to deal with lapped traffic early on in the race making passing for position more difficult.

"Lapped traffic certainly takes a lot out of the tires just trying to make the pass," said Eddie Mac. "Guys don't like to get passed regardless of where they stand so you have to battle to get by and that hurts the tires you need for the end of the race. That is why starting up front is so important here. We had to pass a lot of cars to get into third but we paid the price."

By lap 80, the Freddie Peterson owned #17ma Chevy rode in the fifth position and into the third spot by lap 85. By lap 90, Eddie Mac trailed leaders Nick Sweet and Curtis Gerry by only three car lengths and ahead of the fourth place car by ten car lengths. However, by lap 110 the two leaders began pulling away as the handle of Eddie Mac's car became looser as the race went on. With the #4 closing Eddie Mac could not hold him off and surrendered the spot on lap 110 and with thirteen laps to go had to settle for fifth as the #72 made the pass.

"I had to use up a lot of the tires early to get to third and the car was just too loose at the end to hang on to third," said Eddie Mac. "As I said earlier, we need to qualify up front in order to save the tires for the end of the race. We tried a number of different things today as we have in the past races here so we are getting closer to what we need to have a good run in the 250. I have to thank the crew for all the hard work today. We owe everything to car owner Freddie Peterson, our sponsors Derek Beatrice from EXIT Realty, and Scott and Kenny Thompson from Hancock Electric."

"We all wish Ryan LaChance, Laura and Rollie's son, all the success as he begins his freshman year in college," said Eddie Mac. "He has been a valuable member of our crew since he was a little kid and means a lot to all of us. Like his sister Rachel, Ryan is a great kid and it has been a pleasure to watch him grow and we know he will be a success in his chosen field."

Eddie, Rollie and the crew will have two weeks to prepare the car for the Oxford 250 on August 25.
Photos by Richard Casey 
Photos by
Norm Marx

Photo by Brian Neal

Eddie Runs Tenth in the Dixieland 250 at WIR

With 15 laps to go in the 250 lap event, Eddie MacDonald appeared headed for a top five finish in the ARCA Midwest Tour's Dixieland 250 at the Wisconsin International Raceway before a flat tire cost him the solid finish. Driving the Joe Wood owned Pathfinder Chassis house car, Eddie Mac drove from deep in the field to post the tenth place finish on the 5/8 of a mile oval on Tuesday, August 6.

"We did not have a good practice and we ended up qualifying 25th so we didn't know what to expect in the race but as the race went along the car drove a lot better and we were there at the end, " said Eddie Mac. "It is a tricky, bumpy track to get hold of and it was tough to pass but it turned out to be a fun track to drive. I would like to race on it again now that I have had the opportunity to figure out what to do to make the car go fast."

The prestigious race attracted many big names with experience at the Wisconsin tracks. Eddie Mac and back East Super Late Model owner Dave Lemieux teamed up with Joe Wood to race a few mid-west races in the house car built in the Pathfinder shop, most recently finishing ninth at the Milwaukee Mile. Eddie Mac runs a Pathfinder chassis car back east so the two owners struck a deal with Lemieux providing the Paul Rinaldi built engine and transmission with Wood providing the car.

Eddie Mac started the race in the 25th spot in the 29 car field while battling a tight condition but was able to move up steadily through the field advancing into 14th on the grid on the 100th circuit. From that point forward the 17ma Chevy was able to move forward and into seventh when the caution flag flew on lap 230. When the flag waved for the final laps, Eddie Mac hit the speedy dry in the turn then slid up the track into the outside car then cutting down a tire. Forced to the pits for a tire change, the Rowley, Mass. veteran racer was able to salvage a tenth place finish.

"I thought on the restart I would be able to get a few more spots since my car was handling good and the other car seemed to be falling back," said a disappointed Eddie Mac. "I just hit a patch of speedy dry and I just slid up the track into the other car. It is really disappointing to have that happen since we were probably going to finish in the top five at least."

"It was a lot of fun today in the race and I have to thank Joe Wood and his guys Jason and Lars for their hard work," said Eddie Mac. "Thanks also to Dave Lemieux, Brian Neal, Tom Rice, and my Dad for all their help. Our other SLM owners Sheila and Freddie Peterson also made the trip out here and it was great to have them here. Joe and his people here are great and we have had a lot of fun with them."

Eddie Mac will ride again this Sunday, August 11 in the PASS race at Oxford Plains Speedway in Maine gearing up for the upcoming Oxford 250.

Fourth in the Honey Badger Bar & Grill 150 at OPS
Photos by Norm Marx


Third Place Run for Eddie MacDonald
in the PASS OPEN 100 at Oxford Plains

Eddie MacDonald hung on to post a third place finish in the PASS Super Late Model Open 100 at Oxford Plains Speedway in Maine on Sunday, July 7. The #17Ma started on the outside pole in the 29 car field for the 100 lap event around the famed speedway after posting a win in the second of three qualifying races.

The Freddie Peterson owned Camaro battled a loose condition throughout practice, qualifying, and during the race with Eddie Mac saying, "It was just loose enough I couldn't drive it hard into the turns and off. Rollie and the crew made a lot of changes during practice and got the car a little better for the race but it wasn't great. It is still a new car with only a couple of races on it so we are getting the handle on it and should be dialed in by the time the 250 rolls around."

Eddie Mac battled pole sitter Ryan Robbins side-by-side for the first six laps before grabbing the top spot for only a handful of laps before race winner Curtis Gerry powered to the lead on tenth circuit and drove away from the field. Eddie Mac remained in second place but was involved in a lap 31 caution that damaged the right front and affected the toe. The Rowley Mass veteran and birthday boy managed to hold the spot for 72 laps while racing Dave Farrington side-by-side before relinquishing the spot on the 73rd circuit. Eddie Mac rode unchallenged for the final 27 laps.

"It is disappointing to finish third but as I said this is a learning process and we are getting closer with this car," said Eddie Mac. "Curtis was just so fast no one was going to catch him today and Dave had a fast car at the end and I just couldn't hold him off. We will be back next week so hopefully we will be better and contend for the win."

"Thanks to Sheila and Freddie Peterson from Peterson Auto Body for making this all happen and thanks to our sponsors Kenny and Scott Thompson from Hancock Electric, Derek Beatrice from EXIT Realty, and Rob Grimm from Grimm Construction," said Eddie Mac. "It was great to have Derek there today with his young daughter Haley and she was really happy with the trophy we gave her. Our crew continues to work hard and Rollie (LaChance) and I appreciate everything they do. None of this would be possible without the help and support of a lot of people and we truly appreciate it."

PASS will return to Oxford Plains Speedway next Sunday, July 14 for a 150 lap event.
Photos by Richard Casey 
Photos by Norm Marx

MacDonald Motorsports Loses a Treasured Teammate
It is with great sadness our team mourns the passing of our long-time teammate and cherished friend John "JT" Tiernan. JT, as he was known for many dedicated decades, passed at Anna Jacques Hospital in Newburyport on Tuesday, June 26 after a long illness.

JT was the paint and body man for Eddie MacDonald dating back to Eddie's teenage years. JT owned and operated his body shop "Hanover Place" in Newbury across the street from Eddie's first shop. He was a master at his craft and designed, repaired, painted and innovated race car bodies with incredible expertise for decades.

More importantly, JT was a loving, caring friend who was always there when he was needed. Even as his health began to falter, he remained optimistic and greeted everyone with his big Irish smile. He loved Eddie Mac as a father loves his son and the bond the two shared was clearly evident to anyone around them. He loved racing, loved being part of the crew, and followed the team religiously when his health prevented him from attending.
We, as a team, will always miss him and we extend our sympathies to his daughters Laurie and Debbie and her husband Steve.

JT was one of a kind and it has been our privilege to have been a part of his life.

Rest in peace JT, our friend and brother!

SAT. & SUN., JUNE 22 & 23


Eddie Wows the Crowd with His PASS Win at NHMS

Eddie MacDonald's thrilling win in the New England Short Track Showdown's PASS North 50 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway on Sunday, June 23 featured an epic side-by-side battle at the finish line to post the victory by .026 seconds. The win gave the Rowley, Mass. veteran his 11th win at NHMS, vaulting him into sole possession of second place behind Kyle Busch.

Eddie Mac drove the EXIT Realty/Hancock Electric Chevy to the lead for much of the race but the real challenge came with just four laps to go in the 50 lap feature with eventual second place finisher Mike Hopkins from Bangor, Maine. The duo battled side by side over the last four laps as neither driver would give an inch. With the checkered flag in sight, Eddie Mac inched ahead coming out of turn four as the two banged each other to the finish line with Eddie Mac getting the win by a mere two feet.

"That was a great race with Mike and I had to hold him off at the end because he was so fast, "said Eddie Mac. "He was trying everything and I had to pinch him down and it was just a great race and a lot of fun. I didn't know over the last few laps if I could hold the lead but I just held the throttle to the floor and fortunately we got the win. Mike drove me hard and clean and we were using each other at the end and that is what makes racing fun."

Eddie Mac started the race in the fourth position after the inverted drawing on the 29 car grid after posting a win in the third heat and jumped to second place on the green flag by turn one. The 17Ma, owned by Dave Lemieux, battled with Reid Lamphear for nine laps before taking the lead for two laps before the rocket of Derek Griffith powered to the lead on the 12th circuit. With the competition caution set for lap 30, both drivers held their positions as Hopkins drove to third and nearly passed Eddie Mac for second place as the caution flag waved.

"The car was tight so Rollie (LaChance-crew chief) and the guys changed right side tires and made two other adjustments that really helped the car turn better in the corners, Said Eddie Mac. "I knew if we had a chance to win, the car needed to turn in the corners since a couple of cars were definitely faster than us. I am glad to say the changes worked and I was in the battle at the end. Our crew guys are the best and without their hard work on Saturday and today we would not be standing in Victory Lane."

On the restart, Eddie Mac drove past Griffith to take the lead but the #12 regained the top spot with an inside pass on lap 34 but Eddie Mac ran side by side to regain the lead a lap later with a dominating outside pass. With nine laps to go Hopkins moved to second and the race to the finish was on. Eddie Mac had just enough and used all his track knowledge and experience to get the win.

"It was our third win here with Dave Lemieux and Brian Neal and this one is really sweet," said Eddie Mac after the race. "Every win here is awesome and Rollie and I have had a lot of success because of the help from great owners and crew. To trail only Kyle Busch for the most wins here is truly a mind boggling accomplishment. I have to thank our sponsors starting with our long-time sponsors Kenny and Scott Thompson from Hancock Electric, Derek Beatrice from EXIT Realty, and Rob Grimm from Grimm Construction. Thanks to Dave Lemieux from Lemieux Home Builders, Brian Neal from Neal Excavating, and Freddie Peterson from Peterson Auto Body for everything they do."

"You can't do this without the help of a lot of people and Rollie and I have been lucky enough to have some great crew members including: Laura and Ryan LaChance, Jolene and Rob Drandson, Tom Rice, Kenny Grooms, Dick Casey, Dave Ricker, Aaron Rudolph, Hoppy, and Nicco. Special thanks to our engine builder Paul Rinaldi for all his help and expertise. Thanks to Denise and Darcy, Dave's sisters, for the food to fuel the crew. Dave's mom Barbara was here still recovering from health problems and it was great to have her in the stands. Also, we want to give a shout out to John Tiernan who is under the weather and Jim Daley from C&J Transportation."

"It is great to have my father, Red, and my sister Jen here with my niece and nephew, Talya and Ashton, and I know my mother, Judy, was home cheering us on," said Eddie Mac.
Photos by Richard Casey 
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The Father's Day 100

Eddie MacDonald Finishes Ninth
at the Milwaukee Mile

Eddie MacDonald traveled to Wisconsin to race in the ARCA Midwest Tour's Father's Day 100 at the 106 year old Milwaukee Mile and despite the ninth place finish, the veteran racer made quite an impression on those in attendance. Eddie Mac started the 100 lap event on the pole and rode up front for much of the race until a very tight condition cost him in the end.

A deal some months ago with local car owner Dave Lemieux and Pathfinder Chassis' owner Joe Wood set the stage for Eddie Mac and crew chief Rollie LaChance to participate at the legendary track. Lemieux purchased a Pathfinder chassis a number of years ago from the Wisconsin based builder and Wood has been so impressed with Eddie Mac and the East coast team, he asked to partner with the team for the event. The crew at Pathfinder built the Super Late Model while Lemieux provided the engine and transmission.

"It was a great experience to race the Milwaukee Mile and we had a lot of fun with Joe Wood and the crew," said Eddie Mac. "They built a beautiful car and we had plenty of power thanks to our engine builder Paul Rinaldi. The car was very tight from the beginning with Saturday's practice. The crew never stopped working making changes to get us better. The car was better for Sunday's race and we had a stroke of luck that put us on the pole."

The stroke of luck was in reference was the decision to invert the field. The top eleven cars were to be inverted plus a number picked by the pole winner added to that number, which was a six to total 17. Eddie Mac qualified 17th so he inherited the pole position to start the race. He quickly proved it was no fluke he belonged up front.

When the green flag waved over the 32-car field, Eddie Mac held the lead over the stellar starting grid for the first 15 laps before slipping to 4th due to the tight condition. The decision was made to take two tires, only six were allowed for the race, during the first of the two completion cautions on lap 35. Eddie Mac restarted in the sixth position and by lap 68 was running in the third spot. The second competition caution on lap 80 saw a number of cars pit to take on their tires.

When racing resumed the #17Ma had the lead on lap 84 but the combination of the tight car and cars with fresher tires found the Rowley, Mass. driver falling back steadily and into ninth when the green flag waved.

"It was a lot of fun until the very end when the car was so tight it just would not turn in the corners," said Eddie Mac. "I could really pull people down the straights with the power we had but I was getting beat in the turns. I have to thank Joe Wood and his crew for everything they did. They are a great bunch of guys and were fun to be around. Thanks to our car owner Dave Lemieux for putting this all together so we could race at such an historic track. The people out there really support their racing. Despite the cold, rainy day thousands of fans were there."

"Of course, spending Father's Day with my father there was really special," said Eddie Mac. "He has been there with me my whole career and I can't thank him and my Mom enough for all the love and support."

Eddie Mac returns to New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon for this week's Short Track Showdown June 22-23 in the Dave Lemieux owned Super Late Model with practice on Saturday and the race on Sunday. Eddie Mac has won the event twice and is looking for a third title.

Eddie Scores Eighth Place Finish in
PASS North SLM Race at Oxford
Eddie MacDonald drove from his 17th place starting position in the Pro All Star Series 150 lap Super Late Model event at Oxford Plains Speedway on Sunday afternoon to post an encouraging eighth place finish. In only the second race of the season at OPS, the team is dialing in the new Freddie Peterson owned Camaro and the Rowley, Mass. driver is pleased with the progress.

"During the first practice I knew we had a car that could contend for the win," said the veteran racer. "I was able to drive it anywhere and that was a great sign. After our first race in the new car, we knew we had to make a change which is something to be expected. After a day of testing, Rollie (LaChance) and I were able to figure out the changes we needed to make to get the car better, Dale Shaw, the car builder, spent time with us and his input was very helpful."

Eddie Mac posted the second fastest time in the EXIT Realty/Hancock Electric #17 Ma and made minor adjustments for the second and final practice. Eddie Mac started tenth in the heat and could only manage a sixth place finish saying, "The heat was only 15 laps so to come from last was a problem but we had new tires on and that hurt us. We only had two short practices so we didn't get to scuff the tires and that really made the car tight. We tried to loosen the car up for the race but it was still tight."

Eddie Mac started the 150 lap race 17th on the grid and was able to make modest gains throughout the first 112 laps when the caution flag flew. The crew went to work making wedge and air pressure changes and Eddie Mac restarted in the 14th position for the final 38 laps. The car just took off and was able to pick up six spots before time ran out to score the eighth place finish.

"We decide to pit and that made a huge difference," said Eddie Mac. "The car was still a little tight but I was able to drive it on the outside and passed a number of cars. This is exactly what we were hoping to accomplish and even though you want a better finish, we know we are headed in the right direction. The car felt really great at the end of the race and we are looking forward to our next race."

"Thanks for all the support from car owner Freddie Peterson and our sponsors Derek Beatrice from EXIT Realty in Middleton, Mass. and Kenny and Scott Thompson from Hancock Electric in Quincy, Mass. and Rob Grimm from Grimm Construction in Waymart, Pa. Thanks also to Bobby Wood, Dave Lemieux, HMS and Schroth Racing for their continued support. Our crew is the best and every race they do everything to get us running our best. Rob, Jolene, Ryan, Laura, Brian, Tom, and Hoppy are a dedicated group of people and they make all the difference."

Eddie Mac will race next at the legendary Milwaukee Mile in the Pathfinder Chassis house car June 14-15 before returning to compete in the Short Track Showdown at New Hampshire Motor Speedway in the Dave Lemieux owned Chevy Super Late Model on June 22-23.
Photos by Norm Marx


Eddie MacDonald Posts 13th Place Finish
in PASS Race at Oxford

Eddie Mac battled the new car blues in the Pro All Star Series' Honey Badger Bar and Grill 150 at Oxford Plains Speedway, Maine on Sunday, April 28 to post a 13th place finish. With Saturday practice virtually wiped out by rain, the team simply did not have enough track time to ready the new Freddie Peterson owned Camaro for the event.

"We were working on it right up to the last minute and having it ready for the race was in doubt, " said Eddie Mac. "We came to the track hoping to get some idea of what we needed but losing Saturday really hurt us. We did the best we could during the Sunday morning practice but it wasn't enough. There are so many variables with a new car it takes a lot of practice and testing to dial it in and we didn't have it. We will get it but we know we need more time."

The EXIT Realty/Hancock Electric Camaro qualified fifth in the third of three heats and started 15th in the 33-car feature. When the green flag waved, Eddie Mac was able to advance the Dale Shaw built #17ma into ninth place by the first caution flag on lap 19 of the 150 lap event. Restarting the race on the inside again allowed Eddie Mac to gain two more positions into seventh place by the next caution on lap 39. However, Eddie Mac had to start eighth on the outside with a lapped car staring in front of him and that exposed the fatal flaw.

"I really didn't expect to be real racy today but when we started and the car was going so well on the bottom I thought maybe we will be able to race the top guys," said the Rowley, Mass. racer. "However, as soon as I had to start on the outside the car was so loose I could not make any move to the front. We slid back and lost a number of spots. On the next caution flag (Lap 89), Rollie (LaChance) and the crew made adjustments but I had to start on the outside again and I just couldn't pass anyone. It was like that the rest of the way. At that point we were just trying to learn as much as we could, so we made another adjustment (caution lap 135) but I was just hanging on by then. We managed a 13th place finish but we will get the handle on this car and be back contending for the win."

"I have to thank my crew who suffered through the rain, cold and wind and did everything they could to help as they always do. Rollie and I rely on Tom Rice, Jolene and Rob Drandson, Laura and Ryan LaChance, Kenny Grooms, Hoppy, and Dick Casey and they never disappoint," said Eddie Mac. "Thanks also to our sponsors: Derek Beatrice from EXIT Realty in Middleton, Mass., Kenny and Scott Thompson from Hancock Electric in Quincy, Mass., and Rob Grimm from Grimm Construction in Waymart, Pa., as well as, HMS Motorsports and Schroth Racing. And of course, we owe it all to our car owners Sheila and Freddie Peterson from Peterson Auto Body in Peabody, Mass."

"Our race team wants to send our best to the mother our other car owner Dave Lemieux. Barbara is battling some health issues now and we know she will be back in the stands cheering us on in the near future," said Eddie Mac. "She is at a lot of the races and cooks great food for the team and we appreciate everything she does. She is a real sweetheart! Get well soon Barbara!"
Photos by Richard Casey 
Photos by Norm Marx

Eddie MacDonald Will Open
Oxford Plains Speedway’s
PASS 2019 Season

Eddie Mac and crew chief Rollie LaChance will debut the new Super Late Model Chevy for owner Freddie Peterson this Sunday, April 28 in the Honey Badger Bar and Grill 150 at the historic Oxford Plains Speedway in Maine. Built in the off-season by Dale Shaw, the team has been finalizing preparations for the new ride in anticipation for the upcoming season.

"We are really excited to get this car on the track after all the work to see what it can do," said the veteran racer. "The car looks great and Dale did an awesome job building it for us but now it is up to us to make it go fast. With any new car, there are a lot of unknowns so will have to see where we are at during our Saturday practice. We only have four fifteen minute practices so we really have to be on our game. It should be fun and we are looking forward to test out the new car."

This will be the second race this season for Eddie Mac after finishing sixth in the PASS race at Richmond after battling back from a hard crash in the Friday practice in the Dave Lemieux owned Chevy. Eddie Mac will drive a limited schedule for both owners in the Super Late Model series.

"Freddie Peterson decided after last season to build a super late model to compete locally," said Eddie Mac. "We are happy to be racing our first race for him at Oxford. It is a place both Rollie and I know well and we have had a lot of success there. Hopefully this experience pays off this weekend with a strong showing and a solid finish. There is so much to getting a new car dialed in we feel we will be capable to run with the tough field already entered."

The car and team will again be sponsored by EXIT Realty, Hancock Electric, and Grimm Construction as it has been for many years with Eddie Mac saying, "We are so lucky to have Derek Beatrice from EXIT Realty, Kenny and Scott Thompson from Hancock Electric, and Rob Grimm from Grimm Construction on board with us again the year. It means so much to this team to know these people have been our sponsors and friends for so many years. Of course, we could not do any of this without the commitment of car owner's Sheila and Freddie Peterson from Peterson's Auto Body. We have two great owners in the Peterson's and Dave Lemieux and we appreciate everything they do for us."

"Our body/paint crew member John Tiernan is currently in the hospital and we want to wish him all the best and hope for a speedy recovery," said Eddie Mac.

The gates will open on Sunday at 1:30, pit gate at 8:00, with divisions scheduled for final ten minute practices beginning at 2:00 pm. Heat races begin at 4:00pm, followed by the OPS features. Saturday's practice begins at 10:00am until 2:00pm with 15 minute practices on a rotating schedule for five divisions.

Eddie MacDonald Recovers from Friday Practice Crash to Post Sixth Place Finish in Open SLMs
Eddie MacDonald posted a very satisfying sixth place finish in the Pro All Star Series 75 lap Inaugural Commonwealth Classic at Richmond Raceway after a Friday practice crash. A punctured tire entering turn one sent Eddie Mac careening up the track and hard into the wall. The extensive right side damage left serious doubt if the car could be repaired.

After evaluating the damage and locating the necessary replacement parts on hand, crew chief Rollie LaChance and Eddie Mac decided to try to fix the car in time for the Saturday race. With the crew ready to go and with the help of other teams for tools and parts, repairs began shortly after five o'clock and ended shortly after midnight. Without the permission and cooperation from the people at Richmond the repairs would not have been possible.

"First of all we owe a great deal of thanks to Richmond Raceway for letting us stay in the garage long after everything closed up," said Eddie Mac. "We had a great run on Saturday thanks to the fantastic efforts of our guys with some help for parts and tools we did not have from other teams. We are competitors on the track but we always help one another whenever we can off the track. There was so much right side damage it took the efforts of all twelve of us to get the car fixed. Thankfully, we had and extra rack thanks to Brian Neal, otherwise our day was finished."

In the first three practices on the 3/4 mile D-shaped track at the famed Virginia raceway, the #17ma Dave Lemieux owned Super Late Model ran seventh, fourth and fourth before the fourth 15 minute final practice when the tire blew sending it hard into the wall in turn one with Eddie Mac saying, "I did not have any notice something was wrong until it let go and then it was into the wall. I thought it was going to hurt but fortunately the safety of these cars is incredible. However we bent at lot of things and we had to make the decision whether we could fix it."

"We checked to see if we had the necessary parts and then Rollie and I decided to try to fix it," said Eddie Mac. "We are so thankful to have the crew of guys we have. I would not have been racing today if it were not for these guys. We have been together for many years and everyone works together to get the job done."

Raceday on Saturday morning the crew was back at it stringing, scaling and doing the usual prep for practice, qualifying and the 75 lap feature later on Saturday night. Rollie and Eddie planned the first practice would shake down the car the first couple of laps but the Rowley, Mass. veteran racer said, "The car felt so good I decided to go for it right away and it really ran great. I was happy with it. We make a couple of small adjustments for the second practice and qualifying. We qualified 13th but we thought we would have a good piece for the race."

When the green flag flew, Eddie Mac was able to maintain his starting position on the track despite a tight condition that became worse leading to the scheduled break on lap 40. New tires and adjustments were made as Eddie Mac found himself on the bottom of a three wide position on the restart lap. In typical, vintage Eddie Mac fashion, he powered past the two outside challengers and into 11th position and started marching forward. By lap 50 and still dealing with a tight car, the #17ma EXIT Realty, Hancock Electric sponsored ride moved to eighth and into seventh by lap 70 while holding off the Derek Griffith challenge. Eddie Mac took the checkered flag in 7th but was awarded the sixth position when the winner was disqualified for an illegal part.

"I am really happy with the finish and extremely proud of the work our team did to get us on the track," said Eddie Mac. "Thanks to car owner Dave Lemieux (Lemieux Builders) and Brian Neal (Neal Excavating) and our sponsors Derek Beatrice from EXIT Reality in Middleton, Mass. and Kenny and Scott Thompson from Hancock Electric in Quincy, Mass., Rob Grimm from Grimm Construction, HMS and Schroth Racing, and Freddie Peterson from Peterson Auto Body in Peabody. It was really nice to have Chuck Grimm, Rob's father, Steve Vasey, and Dave Biglin in attendance. Those guys were a big part of our K&N team and it is awesome they still come from Waymart, Pa. to support us."

"We will get this car fixed and ready for Loudon in June and we are waiting for Freddie Peterson's new car to be completed and we will be racing that also in a number of events," said Eddie Mac.
Photos by Richard Casey 
Photos by
Norm Marx

The crew is ready to unload at Richmond! (Richard Casey Photo)

Eddie MacDonald Will Open the PASS Season
at Richmond Raceway

Eddie MacDonald will pilot the Dave Lemieux Super Late Model in the Inaugural Pro All Star Series Commonwealth Classic on Saturday, April 30th on the famed D-shaped 3/4 mile Richmond track. The Rowley veteran will compete in the Open SLM PASS race scheduled for 75 laps as part of the six division races on tap for the Virginia speedway.

"We have been waiting for this day to come and everyone associated with this team has been working hard to get our car ready for this race," said MacDonald recently in the Newburyport, Mass. shop. "Rollie (LaChance-crew chief ) and I have a lot of experience at Richmond from our days in the K&N Series and we hope this experience will give us an edge on the stiff competition already signed up for the event. We are very thankful to car owner Dave Lemieux (Lemieux Builders) and Brian Neal (Neal Excavating) for giving us the opportunity to race this weekend and we would like nothing better than to win this inaugural event."

Eddie Mac's best finish at the Richmond facility was a fourth place finish after starting last in the K&N race. With nearly 40 cars entered in the race to date, all the track knowledge will play a major role in challenging for the win. The #17Ma. entry won a number of big races in the last couple of years and Eddie Mac knows what it takes to win in this highly competitive series.

"Richmond is a tough place to get around with the D-shape configuration because you are continually turning down the front straight, then a straight back stretch with two different sets of turns at either end," said Eddie Mac. "It is difficult to set up the car but hopefully our experience there will give us the information necessary to get around the track. And oh yes, you have to be fast. We count on Paul Rinaldi, our engine builder, to give us the power and speed you need at Richmond. Paul has provided great engines in the past and this weekend should not be any different."

"Of course, you can't do any of this without great sponsors and crew members," continued Eddie Mac. "We have been so fortunate to have both with us for a number of years. EXIT Realty Beatrice Associates will again help us this year. Derek (Beatrice) is an awesome guy and has really helped us a great deal and we appreciate his support. Our long time sponsor, Hancock Electric will be with us again this season and we owe huge thanks to Kenny and Scott Thompson for their sponsorship for twelve years. Grimm Construction, operated by our K&N team owner Rob Grimm, will be on the car this weekend and his support means everything to us. Freddie Peterson from Peterson Auto Body has helped us considerably with this car while building a Pro Stock/SLM we will race in a number of races in the local area. Freddie has done so much for us and continues to be a huge help in our Richmond efforts. We also appreciate the support from HMS Motorsports-Schroth Racing."

"We are blessed to have a group of people to work tirelessly in the shop and at the track and have been together for years," said Eddie Mac. "We owe so much to: Tom Rice, Brian Neal, Ryan LaChance and his mom Laura, Rob Drandson and his wife Jolene, Dave "Logger" Ricker, Kelyn Harrell, Kenny Grooms, Dick Casey, Hoppy, and Bobby Wood."

The schedule includes tech on Thursday with practice for all divisions beginning on Friday from 11-5. Race day activities on Saturday begins with practice 9-12 followed by time trials at 1:00 p.m. with the racing scheduled to begin at 3:00 p.m.

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Grimm Racing Is More than Just Winning 
Racing may be about winning but it also has plenty of room for support and compassion for people and causes and this is what Grimm Racing is all about. If anyone has any doubt about the validity of the statement, all they have to do is to look at the vinyl covering the car. The MS, New Path Adventures, Boston Strong logos, and the Eric Williams emblem are displayed on every Grimm car.

Recently Megan Spaulding, the daughter of Carla and Rob Grimm, was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. In an effort to support MS Awareness Week, the #71 carried the logo for the first race on the rear quarter panels at Bristol. Rob Grimm decided the MS banner would be permanently displayed on the car for the entire season. The family and members of Grimm Nation will participate as the “MS Warriors” in the May 5 MS Walk at Pocono Speedway.  (

The Grimm family was deeply moved by the horrific events on Marathon Monday in Boston and the decision was easily reached to display the “Boston Strong” ribbon on the car. Eddie MacDonald and many of the team members call the Boston area home and felt the need to support those killed, injured, and their families was something Grimm Racing does for all those in need.

Rob Grimm decided that “New Path Adventures” logo would be displayed on the back of the car for the season. New Path Adventures is based in Dallas, Texas and ministers to troubled youths ages 13-19. Crew member Steven Owens, nephew of Rob Grimm, is proud to say his brother Jonathan Owens and Alan Owens offer guidance and a positive change in the choices these youngsters make in their daily lives. The Spanish to English Ministry recently completed a very successful bike ride across the state of Texas, an 865 mile journey, to raise money. Alan and Jonathan work with a group of 7-10 youngsters by taking them from their environment and harmful behavior, minister to them while living out of backpacks in the wilds of Texas.
NewPathAdventures.org is a good source for information.

On February 25, 2013 Corrections Officer Eric Williams was murdered in the line of duty at the U.S Penitentiary located in Canaan, Pa. that is within sight of the Grimm Racing shop in Waymart, Pa. In order to honor Officer Williams and those men and women that serve, every Grimm car will display the emblem for the remainder of the season. (

Being a member of Grimm Nation is much more than supporting the #71 on the track. It means a commitment to show support for those in need.

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