Considered the premier event for car enthusiasts, The Great Race is currently underway. Josh Hull and Trevor Stahl will be driving the ‘Stars and Stripes’ again this year. You can follow them both on Facebook.

For all of the antique car enthusiasts, the world’s premiere old car rally, The Great Race, is underway! Josh Hull and Trevor Stahl will be driving the “Stars and Stripes” again this year. They are hopeful for a grand finish this time around.


Both gentlemen will be amongst 120 of the world’s most beautiful antique automobiles. The race started Saturday, June 23, in Buffalo, New York, and will finish on Sunday, July 1, for a total purse win of $150,000.

“Hull is one of our part-time paramedics here in Craig County,” said Jim Cady, Craig County Emergency Management and Services Coordinator. “Many of our EMS providers enjoyed following Josh with his cool looking American flag painted the car on a daily basis on social media.”

Hull lives in Botetourt and is a Roanoke City Paramedic. He started volunteering at age 17, went to college and was hired on to Roanoke City in 2007. He has worked part-time for Craig County for almost six years….



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