Driver Profiles

 

 

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.”

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photo courtesy of Taylor Lane

Story by Chris Roy

 

Taylor Lane of Phillips, ME.  is ready for the 2017 race season Four cylinder pro stocks at Wiscasset Speedway and the Mini Cups at Richmond Karting Speedway.

 

Taylor has been keeping busy waiting for the snow to melt, “During the off season I’ve been keeping busy playing basketball for my school, plenty of school work, hanging out with friends, and putting on fundraisers with the Leos club that I am a part of.”

The 2017 race season is almost here and Taylor is ready for the green flag. “In the 2017 race season I plan to just have fun in the mini cup, but in the four cylinder I want to be more competitive than last year. I feel like I can be a front running car this year.”

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photo by RPM 360

Story by Chris Roy

Joey Doyon of Winterport, ME will be racing the#38 in the Late Model Series at Wiscasset Speedway this season. Joey use to race pro-stocks at Maines Fast Track in his early race days and, finished 4th last season in the Coastal 200.

Keeping busy in the off season Joey has been getting the car ready in the garage and doing some ice fishing.

Running the full schedule at Wiscasset this season and, a limited schedules at Unity Raceway and Speedway 95 in the late model as well as a few Sportsman races at Speedway 95.  One good reason for Joey to race at Wiscasset is, “It’ll be a lot easier for my parents, and my nephew Trey Brown races there. Now they can watch both of us.”

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