Kate Re “Full Speed” into Wiscasset Speedway

photo from Re Motorsports

Story by Chris Roy

Kate Re, of Lovell, ME is starting a new chapter in her racing career.  “I plan to run a full season at Wiscasset in the 4 Cyl Pro Division and continue to run my kart some in the Sr. Sportsman Division at Richmond Karting Speedway.  I also plan to participate in some kart races out of state as well.”


Though Kate has been racing this winter she has been busy, “During the off season I’ve mostly been working on the car, preparing for the upcoming season.  I’ve also been spending time with family, snowmobiling and going to school.”


Kurt Busch Rides Last-Lap Pass to DAYTONA 500 Victory

Kurt Busch Rides Last-Lap Pass to DAYTONA 500 Victory
· Three-Time DAYTONA 500 Runner-Up Finally Gets Career-Defining Result
· Ryan Blaney, AJ Allmendinger Finish 2nd, 3rd
· Mid-Race Accident Ends Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s Run

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (Feb. 26, 2017) – Kurt Busch used a last-lap pass to win the 59th annual DAYTONA 500 Sunday in a raucous, rough-and-tumble season-opening race for the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series.

Busch (No. 41 Haas Automation/Monster Energy Ford), a three-time DAYTONA 500 runner-up and the 2004 series champion, made a high-line move coming off the Daytona International Speedway backstretch to pass Kyle Larson (No. 42 Target Chevrolet), as Larson was running out of fuel. Busch beat Ryan Blaney (No. 21 Motorcraft/Quick Lane Tire & Auto Center Ford) at the line by 0.228 seconds, with AJ Allmendinger (Kroger Click List Chevrolet) finishing third.