Pam Dudding-Burch
Contributing writer

From western New York to Nova Scotia, wind gusts of 50 mph, with lots of rain and cold temperatures, 118 vintage automobiles enthusiastically competed for the 2018 Annual Hemmings Motor News Great Race. Craig County’s part-time paramedic, Josh Hull with his driving partner, Trevor Stahl, drove the ‘Stars and Stripes’ 1932 Ford Speedster with great determination.


From western New York to Nova Scotia, wind gusts of 50 mph, with lots of rain and cold temperatures, 118 vintage automobiles enthusiastically competed for the 2018 Annual Hemmings Motor News Great Race. Craig County’s part-time paramedic, Josh Hull with his driving partner, Trevor Stahl, drove the ‘Stars and Stripes’ 1932 Ford Speedster with great determination.

Event Director Jeff Stumb commented that there were teams and cars from Japan, England, Germany, Canada and every corner of the United States. “Cars start and hopefully finish, one minute apart if all goes according to plan. The race started June 23 and ended July 1,” Stumb said.

Other organizers added, “The biggest part of the challenge, other than staying on time and following the…



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