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2017
 

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SATURDAY, AUGUST 12th
 
Eddie MacDonald Dominates for Win 
at Beech Ridge Motor Speedway
Eddie MacDonald started third in the American Canadian Tour’s Coastal 100 at Beech Ridge Motor Speedway in Scarborough, Maine on Saturday night to power to his first ACT win of the season. Eddie Mac passed second place finisher Scott Payea on the 41st lap and maintained the lead to post the dominant win.

Driving the Exit Realty/Hancock Electric Chevy owned by Freddie Peterson, the win was especially pleasing for the team in honoring one of its team members who lost his cancer battle with Eddie Mac saying, “It is great to win this for Donnie Higinbotham who passed recently. Donnie had a huge impact on our team and was just an incredible person. Besides doing anything to help his team, he did it without fanfare and was extremely well liked and respected. He always had a smile on his face. Donnie worked for Freddie and Sheila (Peterson)for many years and was a great mechanic. He was one of a kind and loved everything about racing. We will miss him terribly. I hope he is looking down on us with that big smile of his on his face.”

Eddie Mac started the day posting the third fastest practice time in the first practice session then scoring the fastest time in the second round. By virtue of his +3 finish in the first heat, the Rowley, Mass. veteran started third on the grid in the 21 car field. When the green flag waved the inside lane did not go allowing Payea and two others from the outside row to move to the front, However, once Eddie Mac cleared the 04, he began his run back to the front passing both inside and outside. By the 28th lap, Eddie Mac powered to second place with his sights on Payea.

Eddie Mac was all over Payea finally taking the lead on a strong outside pass on lap 41. The lead for the remaining 59 laps was never in question to post the win by a comfortable three car length margin.

“The car was really fast and handled great in the turns,” said the winning driver in Victory Lane. “We changed a lot of things in the car leading up to the race hoping it would work out and it did tonight. It had all the speed I needed but it was phenomenal in the turns. It is so much fun to drive a car like this and I have to thank Rollie (LaChance crew chief) and the crew for the great set up and all the hard work. None of this is possible without a lot of support and help.”

“I thank our sponsors starting with Kenny and Scott Thompson from Hancock Electric in Quincy, Mass. who have been with us for many years. Thanks also to Derek Beatrice from Exit Realty in Middleton, Mass., and Annie Mac Home Mortgages. Of course the reason we are able to run the late model and pro stock is due to our longtime K&N owner Rob Grimm and we are forever grateful for everything he has done for us. We are lucky to have the support from so many great people.”

Eddie Mac will next pilot the Dave Lemieux owned Pro Stock in the famed Oxford 250 at Oxford Plains Speedway on August 27.
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Photos by
Richard Casey


U.S. PRO STOCK
SUPER LATE MODEL
NATIONAL
CHAMPIONSHIP


WEDNESDAY
JULY 19, 2017
Fourth Place Finish for Eddie
at Seekonk Speedway
Eddie MacDonald returned to Seekonk Speedway on Wednesday, July 19 after a one week rain delay to score a fourth place finish in the $10,000 to win U.S. Pro Stock/SLM National Championship. The Rowley, Mass. driver had the taste of a win only to be denied when the right front tire began to lose pressure with 25 laps to go in the 200 lap feature.

"We were so close to winning the race and I could really feel we had a great chance," said the frustrated driver after the race. "We battled for the top spot in the first half of the race and through the second 100 laps. The car was really fast and it handled great. It was exciting and knew we had a shot at the win but with about 25 laps the handling started to go away. I thought I had a flat and it got worse as the laps ran down and I was really loose. I was running second but there was no way I could get to the front. I almost got spun out from behind with 20 to go and all I could do was to just hang on and hope the tire stayed up until the checkers."

Once in tech after the race, the crew of the EXIT Realty/Grimm Construction Chevy found the PSI in the right front to be 18, far below the tire pressure needed. The #17 Chevy owned by Dave Lemieux (Lemieux Builders) with strong support from Brian Neal (Neal Excavating) demonstrated from the beginning of practice it was one of the top competitors. After posting solid practice times, Eddie Mac time trialed in the eighth position to start third in the second of three heats and easily scored the win to gain the outside pole position in the 21 car field.

When the green flag waved to start the first of two one hundred laps segments, pole sitter Joey Pole and Eddie Mac dominated the first round finishing 1-2. After a 20 minute break the cars returned to the track with Eddie Mac starting in the fourth spot on the grid as a result of inverting the top five finishers from segment one.

Eddie Mac moved into third after 15 laps (115) and into second place on lap 139. Lapped traffic slowed the action as Eddie Mac tried to negotiate by the lappers and catch the #59. Cautions on lap 169 and lap 176 put Eddie Mac in the unfavorable outside position then had to fight for the bottom groove with Joey Pole. The deflating tire made it impossible for Eddie Mac to maintain second place and slid to third. By lap 184 it was clear Eddie Mac would be lucky to make it to the end but the cagey veteran did just that. With Pole fading, Eddie Mac was drilled sideways by eventual winner Derek Griffith and that forced Eddie Mac to make a super save and into fourth place where he would take the checkered flag.

"It was an incredible race and we were so close it is very frustrating to not win as good as the car was all night," said Eddie Mac. "It is a lot of fun to drive a car that good and I have to thank Rollie (LaChance) and the crew for giving me the chance to win. Dave (Lemieux) and Brian (Neal) do everything possible to give us the best car possible. Paul Rinaldi builds great motors and it showed tonight. Our racing is possible because of the support of our K&N owner Rob Grimm, Derek Beatrice from EXIT Realty, and Annie Mac Home Mortgage. It was an extremely hot day and everyone is worn out especially the crew and it would have been nice to win. We had a shot at the $10,000 but about seven pounds of air cost us. All in all, it was a great day that fell a little short. Thanks again to everyone involved. I want to recognize a friend and long-time member of our racing family, Donnie Higinbotham who is seriously ill and in Hospice. Our thoughts are with Donnie and his family. Donnie is truly a wonderful guy and is loved by all of us. He will be missed."
Photos by
Richard Casey

United Site Services 70

New Hampshire Motor Speedway

SATURDAY, JULY 15th
Twelfth Place Finish for Eddie MacDonald 
at New Hampshire Motor Speedway
Eddie MacDonald scored a 12th place finish in the K&N Pro Series East's United Site Services 70 at NHMS on Saturday, July 15. The K&N series returned to the Loudon track for the annual NASCAR Cup weekend.

Eddie Mac posted a 15th place start in qualifying but was moved to the 20th position after sustaining an infraction in tech. The Grimm Construction Chevy moved into the 12th position despite fighting a loose condition. Eddie Mac never got the caution he needed to bunch up the field that quickly spread out after the only caution on lap four. The 70 lap feature took only 39 minutes and forty-five seconds to run leaving no opportunity to make any significant progress.
"The car was just a little loose but we could not pit to make any adjustments because we would lose a couple of laps," said Eddie Mac. "The leaders were just so fast, everyone except the top six cars remained on the lead lap. You have to have a lot of speed in the straights and you really have to turn well in the corners. I was loose off so I had to wait to mash the throttle when the car straightened out and that kills your speed. It was pretty frustrating to ride like that and the caution we were hoping for never came."

By lap 30 Eddie Mac rode in the 12th position but by then the field was strung out single file around the one mile oval with the leader lapping most of the cars. Eventual winner Todd Gilliland passed Eddie Mac on lap 41. The Rowley, Mass. veteran drove the remaining 29 laps all alone to post the 12th place finish.

"We definitely thought we would run much better that we did," said Eddie Mac. "We have run well here in the past but with the incredible level of competition in this series now our car had to be perfect and it just did not handle well enough. You don't need to be off by much and that is what happened. It would have been interesting to find out if we had a chance to make an adjustment if we could have moved up a number of spots but we didn't have anything for the top cars."

"I really have to thank our team owner Rob Grimm for all he has done," said Eddie Mac after the race. "Also, our crew does an amazing job and Rollie (LaChance) and I are thankful for all the hard work and commitment. Everyone has full time jobs and rearrange their schedules to be here for us. It is great fun to run here in front of family and friends and we look forward to this race each year."

Eddie Mac will next drive the Grimm Construction/Multiple Sclerosis Chevy at Dover International Speedway on September 29.

NBCSN will televise the United Site Services 70 on July 20 at 6 PM.
Photos by Richard Casey  
Photos by Chris Roy
 
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Eddie MacDonald (No. 71 Grimm Construction Chevrolet)
- Making his second consecutive series start and third of the season as part of a part-time schedule.
- Leads all active drivers with three career wins at NHMS, including a sweep of the two races at the track in 2008.
- In 28 career starts at NHMS, MacDonald has five top fives, 14 top 10s and seven qualifying efforts inside the top five.
- Has seven career series wins, most recently at Bristol in 2014.

Busch North Throwback 100

Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park

SATURDAY, JULY 8th
 
Eddie MacDonald Finishes Thirteenth in the
K&N Pro Series East Race at Thompson
Eddie MacDonald returned to Thompson Speedway Motor Sports Park for Saturday's Busch North Throwback 100 after an eight year series hiatus to post a thirteenth place finish. The Grimm Racing Team honored legendary Busch North driver Andy Santerre by displaying the Aubuchon Hardware paint scheme for the race. While the period wrap was a huge hit with Santerre and Busch North fans, the desired outcome was not achieved.

Eddie Mac started the 100 lap feature event in the 15th position and appeared to have a competitive car early on but the car developed a loose condition by lap 20 with the Rowley veteran saying, "It felt good early in the race and I was able to pass cars but then it really started getting loose so we decided to pit on the lap 31 caution for a minor adjustment. Even that little bit just flipped it and it was too tight. We made another pit stop but the car never got to where we needed it to be. In hindsight, we probably should have left it alone but we were trying to make something happen."

After the lap 56 restart the Aubuchon Hardware/Grimm Construction Chevy raced from its 17th starting spot on the grid after pitting to the 12th position but the effects of the ill handling car took a toll on the brakes with Eddie Mac saying, "I was trying to drive the car in just like the others but when the car is not turning the way you want, you end up using a lot more brake. It ended up boiling the fluid so by the last 20 laps I had to keep pumping them and by the end the pedal was all the way to the floor. I didn't even think it was going to stop when I got back to the pit."

Eddie Mac did manage to hold off a serious challenger from the #9 car over the last 20 laps to hold on to the 13th place finish with the disappointed driver saying, "We really wanted to have a good showing for Andy (Santerre) and also to remember Rob Grimm's first race as team owner. Rob bought the team during the 2007 season and Thompson was our first race together. Rollie (LaChance) and I are forever in his debt for everything he and his wife Carla have done for us."

"When we first started together it was quite a different series," recounted Eddie Mac, "It was more of a regional series but changed dramatically. I am proud of how competitive Grimm Construction has been through the years. This series is highly competitive now with most of the teams from the South with access to all the Cup technology and if you are just a little off as we were today, you are in for a tough outing. We have made significant changes to our other K&N car and hope to be able to compete for the win at Loudon this Saturday. We have three K&N wins at our home track and would like to add another. I just want to thank Andy (Santerre) for spending so much time with us this weekend. He has been a friend of mine and Rollie for many years and it was an honor to race his colors. I also want to thank the crew members for all their hard work in the rain and heat over the two days. We had so many friends stop by to wish us well it was awesome."

Eddie Mac and the Grimm Racing Team will compete in the KNPSE United Site Services 70 on July 15 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway as part of the NASCAR Cup weekend. Practice is schedule for Friday beginning at 4pm, with qualifying slated to begin at 7pm. Saturday's race will take the green flag at 6:45pm.
 
         
         
         
         
         
      Photos by
Richard Casey
 
 
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Eddie MacDonald (No. 71 Grimm Construction Chevrolet)
- Making his first series start since Bristol as part of a part-time schedule.
- Won at Thompson in 2005, the only driver entered this weekend with a K&N Pro Series win at the track.
- In nine career starts at Thompson, MacDonald has one win, three top 10s and five qualifying efforts inside the top 10.
- Has seven career series wins, most recently at Bristol in 2014.
- Will honor four-time series champion Andy Santerre as part of the throwback event.
 
Photos by Richard Casey
 
Eddie MacDonald to Honor Andy Santerre
at Thompson Busch North Throwback 100
When the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East announced the race at Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park on Saturday, July 8 would be named the Busch North Throwback 100, Eddie MacDonald's first thought was to honor the driver who meant so much to the series and a young impressionable driver. K&N series official's encouraged current teams to adopt a former Busch North team's paint scheme. Both Eddie Mac and team owner Rob Grimm quickly decided to wrap the Grimm Construction Chevy in the Aubuchon Hardware paint scheme made famous by their legendary driver, Andy Santerre.

"This is very special that we are able to do this to honor one of the truly great drivers anywhere," said Eddie Mac while preparing the car for the Thompson race. "I have always looked up to Andy as a driver and as a person. What made him so great just wasn't just his incredible driving ability but the way he treated everyone. Andy would go out of his way to help anyone even though he was competing against that driver. He wanted everyone to do well and knew that made the series stronger. If there was one driver to emulate, it was Andy."

On Tuesday Warren Hamilton arrived at the Newburyport shop to begin the transformation from the #71 Grimm Construction Chevy to the green , white, and orange color scheme that frequented many victory lanes during Santerre's record breaking career and that brought back a memory shared by Eddie Mac and Rob Grimm.

"I was talking with Rob and we were both excited about the wrap and talked about our first race together at Thompson in 2007," said Eddie Mac. "Rob had just purchased the team and he recalled that during our practice we lost our power steering pump. We didn't have a spare and all of a sudden there is Andy with a pump for us to use. That is the kind of guy Andy was and is still to this day. Rob never forgot Andy's act of kindness and that established the type of atmosphere he wanted for his team."

Practice for the Busch North Throwback 100 will begin on Friday on the fast, high-banked 5/8ths of a mile oval and the fantastic news is that Andy will be on hand to help Eddie Mac and the team prepare the car for the race. Andy will also be on hand on Saturday to be honored along with past Busch North drivers. Thompson hosted the North series for over twenty years and the K&N series returns to the track for the first time in eight years.

"I am just so happy to be able to represent Andy this weekend," said Eddie Mac. "Now I just hope we can run as fast as him!"

New England
Short Track Showdown

New Hampshire Motor Speedway

SATURDAY, JULY 1st

Tenth Career Win for Eddie MacDonald
at New Hampshire Motor Speedway

When Eddie MacDonald took the checkered flag in the inaugural New England Short Track Showdown at NHMS in the Granite State Pro Stock Series on Saturday, he joined elite company in posting his tenth win at Loudon. Eddie Mac now shares the record for the most wins with Mike Stefanik and Ted Christopher. However, the Rowley, Mass. veteran racer is the first driver to have wins in four divisions, with victories in three K&N Pro Series East, five in the American Canadian Tour, one Pro All Star Series, and now the Granite State.

"When I first started racing I just hoped someday to race here," reflected Eddie Mac after the race. "It was incredible to get my first win here and never did I think I would share the most wins with TC and Mike. I owe a lot of people for my success beginning with my family, Rollie LaChance and his family, car owners Rob Grimm, Freddie Peterson, and Dave Lemieux, and all of our sponsors through the years. You can't do this without the hard work and dedication of all the crew members. I want to especially thank my girlfriend Kelyn Harrell who supports me in all of this. It is truly humbling to share the record with those guys."
Despite missing practice on Friday, Eddie Mac posted the second fastest speed in the second of three twenty minute practice periods on Saturday to draw the third starting position in the first heat. The Grimm Construction/EXIT Realty Chevy powered to the lead on the first of the eight lap qualifying heat to win the pole for the 50 lap feature in the 26 car field on the mile oval.

Two red flags in the first three laps sent a number of cars to the pits as the rocky start eliminated a number of possible contenders but all appearances indicated that Eddie Mac would not be denied his record tying win. With powerful restarts, Eddie Mac was able to open up a two to three car length lead while riding comfortably in the top position. Twenty laps' later things changed when the rear deck lid broke loose allowing two cars to pass.

"I can't believe how much that affected the car," said Eddie Mac. "I felt the lid break free and got sucked down in the car and it really make the car extremely loose. Two cars got by me but I knew we could fix it during the competition at the halfway break. What I didn't expect was the blistered right rear tire that certainly would not have lasted much longer. We were very lucky we had that caution when we did. The crew fixed the lid and gave me two new right side tires for the final 21 laps and I was confident I could get the lead back on the restart."

Starting third, Eddie Mac dove to the bottom of the track to battle D.J. Shaw side by side for the lead when the green flag waved. One lap later, the Dave Lemieux Chevy powered to the lead and quickly established a three to four car length lead over Shaw on the remaining laps for the dominant victory. Possibly Dave Lemieux may have some bragging rights as well as an owner winning both events entered at NHMS.
"I owe so much to our (NASCAR) K&N owner Rob Grimm who supports our racing efforts," said Eddie Mac. "We are racing the K&N series at Thompson next Saturday then back here the following week as part of the Cup weekend so hopefully we can get him a win or two. Thanks to Dave Lemieux who has been great and has gone above and beyond to get us here. Paul Rinaldi builds great motors and it showed today. Rollie had a great set up and the car handled perfectly. Thanks to Derek Beatrice from EXIT Realty for his support and we appreciate Annie Mac Home Mortgage coming on board with us today. As I said, I owe so many people for our success and I hope everyone enjoys this and knows you have been an integral part. We hope to see all our fans at Thompson on Saturday."
Photos by
Richard
Casey
Photos by Chris Roy


New Hampshire Motor Speedway

Busy July for Eddie MacDonald Begins
at New Hampshire Motor Speedway

Eddie MacDonald is scheduled to compete in the first-ever New England Short Track Showdown at New Hampshire Motor Speedway in the Granite State Pro Stock Series on July 1st. The following week on July 8, Eddie Mac will take the green flag in the K&N Pro Series East Series' NASCAR Busch North Throwback 100 at Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park. The K&N East Series will complete its northern swing at NHMS as part of the Cup weekend with the United Site Services 70 on July 15.

Eddie Mac won the first Pro Stock/Super Late Model event held at NHMS and hopes to duplicate the win in the inaugural Short Track Showdown saying, "We are really excited to go to Loudon for this race. Anytime you get to race there it is always something to look forward to and hope we can put on a good show. The same car we won with two years ago there is almost ready and we can't wait for the race. It is a 50 lap race so everyone will be going hard from the start. It should be exciting and a number of Granite State cars are scheduled to be there so it should be a very competitive field. Hopefully we can get another win for car owner Dave Lemieux and sponsor Derek Beatrice from EXIT Realty Beatrice Associates in Middleton, Mass.

The Showdown will feature four divisions with the Valenti Modifieds, North East Mini Stock Tour, and an open Street Stock event in addition to the Granite State Pro Stock Series. A full day of practice beginning at 9:00 am is scheduled for Friday and a full slate of practice, heats, and features will begin at 9:00 am, on Saturday.

The K&N Pro Series East will return to Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park for the NASCAR Busch North Throwback 100 with teams encouraged to revive paint schemes from that era. Eddie Mac's first Thompson victory came in 2005 and has gone on to notch ACT and Pro Stock victories at the Connecticut speedway, the most recent a Pro Stock win in the Icebreaker this spring. Eddie Mac will pilot the Grimm Construction Chevy owned by Rob Grimm of Waymart, Pa.

"Thompson is a fast, fun track to drive," said Eddie Mac. "It seems so long ago (2005) that we got our K&N win there. We have had others there but to get that K&N win is really something special. With the high-banked turns and the long straights, it makes for great racing. Our association with Rob Grimm began at Thompson so it would be special to get a win there. We are working on a "Throwback" paint scheme that will definitely please a lot of people, so hopefully that will happen. We hope to make that announcement soon."

The following week, the K&N series returns to New Hampshire Motor Speedway for its annual participation in the big NASCAR Cup weekend. The Rowley, Mass. veteran driver has three career K&N wins at the track saying, "We have run well at NHMS in the past and hope to get back in contention this year. We have made a lot of changes to the car and hope that all this pays off. The field is extremely competitive but we feel all our experience at the track gives us an advantage. It is only 70 laps so everyone will be charging when the green drops so it will be a wild dash to get to the front. It should be a lot of fun and hopefully we will be there at the end."

Eddie Mac has posted nine wins at NHMS including five American Canadian Tour Bond Invitational wins, one Pro Stock/SLM win, to go along with the three K&N wins. The most recent honor for Eddie Mac and the team was the induction of his famous "flame" late model into the North East Motor Sports Museum just down the street from the main entrance to the track on route 106.

"We hope to have a very successful three weeks with other races possibly added, so we are excited and will look forward to seeing a lot of our fans who have greatly supported us through the years," said Eddie Mac.
Sunday, June 11th
19th Community Bank 150

Tire Issue Ends Eddie MacDonald's Race at Thunder Road

Eddie MacDonald battled tire issues from the beginning of the American Canadian Tour's Community Bank 150 at Barre's Thunder Road in Vermont on Sunday, June 11 to finish 19th. The race, originally scheduled for April 30 and postponed due to rain, gave new track owners time to make significant changes to the facility, including new hot top for the track. While their intentions were good the end result created a tire-eating monster.

Driving the EXIT Realty/Hancock Electric Chevy, Eddie Mac took the green flag in the 18th position in the Community Bank 150 after posting a win in the consi race. The Freddie Peterson owned ride survived some early crashes to move inside the top ten. However the tire issues that plagued some competitors early also affected Eddie Mac with the driver saying, "The car just got looser in the turns and I felt a vibration around lap 30. We were running around ninth place but I could feel the right rear tire starting to come apart."

Unfortunately for Eddie Mac he became one of the 11 race cautions with a spin on lap 41 coming out of turn four. The crew quickly changed tires with Eddie Mac returning to the track in the seventeenth position. Because of the known tire issues, ACT officials planned a break at lap 75 in the 150 lap event so teams could change right side tires. For many, it was a matter of too little too late as the carnage continued when racing resumed with the hot track too much for the tires with the #17 Ma. no exception. With the mismatched tire now serving the right rear, the plan was to make it to the halfway flag to get new rubber.

By the caution flag on lap 59, Eddie Mac rode in the 12th saying, "I was trying to make it to the break but the tire was coming apart and then I got pushed up the track, the tire let go and I went over the banking in turn two. That ended our day. It is so disappointing to have to race like that. The new owners really have been working hard to improve the place and believed adding the hot top would be a huge improvement. It just didn't work out and unfortunately a lot of guys wrecked and we tore up the front of our car. I feel terrible it happened."

The crash on lap 65 ended the day for Eddie Mac to post the 19th place finish. Only five cars finished on the lead lap with a pit full of angry drivers and crew.

"It was a real hot day and I have to thank the crew for all the hard work," said Eddie Mac. "It was a tough day but these guys never give up and Rollie and I can't thank them enough. We couldn't do this without car owners Sheila and Freddie Peterson, Derek Beatrice from EXIT Realty, and Scott and Kenny Thompson from Hancock Electric. We have some work to do but we will get it fixed and be back on the track. There isn't much to say. It was just a bad day."
Photos by Richard Casey
 
North East Motor Sports Museum
922 NH Rt 106, Loudon, NH
www.nemsmuseum.com
Eddie MacDonald's Famous "Flame" Car on Display 
in the North East Motor Sports Museum
The #17 Late Model "Flame" car driven by Eddie MacDonald to three ACT Invitational titles at NHMS, two Oxford 250 wins with countless victories throughout the northeast for over a decade took its place of honor in new North East Motor Sports Museum located a half-mile south of the entrance to New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon, New Hampshire.
"Words cannot describe how honored I am to have our car in this special place," said Eddie Mac when delivering his car to the museum. "Dick Berggren came to the shop a few months ago to ask us to display the car at this incredible facility. Rollie (LaChance) and I quickly agreed that this car should be part of this historic collection of New England racing. It is truly humbling. I know racing fans who love our sport as much as we do will be thrilled sharing all the memories. This facility offers something for everyone."

"Of course, this car and our success would not be possible without the help of many people including my family and Rollie's family," reflected Eddie Mac. "Through the years, we have been fortunate to have so many dedicated crew members who worked countless hours to prepare this car every time we raced. So many people supported our efforts especially Rob Grimm, our K&N team owner, Kenny and Scott Thompson from Hancock Electric, Derek Beatrice from EXIT Realty, and NEMO. It is special to share this today with my father and two "old" crew members Herbie Wing and Dick Casey who worked unbelievable hours so I could have all the fun. I have to give special thanks to the man responsible for the "Flames," John Tiernan. We won a lot of races and I am forever grateful for all the people who helped get this car to its place of honor."

According to the pamphlet, "The North East Motor Sports Museum was created by racers, race fans, their families and local contractors who donated their labor, skills, ideas, dollars and materials. The Museum was truly built by the racing community." Dick Berggren, the moving force for the museum's creation, shared some of the offerings given by racers, families, and race fans to make this facility a one of a kind in the northeast. Berggren was quick to point out the huge commitment both financially and construction involvement of legendary Supermodified driver Bentley Warren as an integral catalyst to get the project up and running.

The North East Motor Sports Museum is a non-profit, strictly volunteer operation in the beautiful 10,000 square foot facility featuring in addition to race cars and motorcycles, a huge display of trophies, pictures, equipment, and a library. The Museum will open its doors to the public on June 12. For a preview, go to NEMSmuseum.com and on Facebook.

"I encourage all the race fans to visit this museum the next time you are in the area," said Eddie Mac. "To be part of this is awesome and I am so proud to have our car represent all the hard work and commitment of so many people. This museum is filled with stories just like ours that show the love people have for this sport."
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Photos by Richard Casey
 
Sunday, May 21st
 
FIFTH at MONTMAGNY with PASS SLM 
 
 
 
 
Top Five Finish for Eddie MacDonald 
at Autodrome Montmagny in Canada
 
Eddie Mac posted the fastest time in both practices and was poised to compete for the win but a mix up at the scales forced the #17 to start in the rear with Eddie Mac saying, "We were a few pounds heavy on the left side when we went over the scales so we moved the weight around but we didn't go back over the scales and that was our fault. It was too bad because the car was really fast and had a great shot to contend for the win."

When the green flag waved, Eddie Mac drove to the tenth position by the first and only caution of the race on lap 17 with the veteran driver saying, "During the caution the officials let a team member come out to clean the windshield because there was so much speedy-dry on the track from the earlier race. The car was going good but it was slippery out there. After that caution I rode around for a while not really pushing it too hard because we all expected another caution but surprisingly that was the only one. It was hard to believe we could run the rest of the way without a yellow. The field really began to spread out so it was tough to make up ground and pass cars." 

On lap 50, Eddie Mac began making his move from the tenth position and into the sixth spot at the halfway flag. Gaining positions became more difficult as the front runners were spread out on the 3/8ths of a mile oval with Eddie Mac saying, "I got into fifth place on lap 95 and I was driving as hard as I could but the third and fourth place cars were a full straight ahead of me. I chased them down in about 25 laps but I just couldn't get by them. I could drive it in hard in the turns and get up alongside them but I couldn't get back to the throttle because the car was loose at that point and I was driving up in the marbles." 

"We really thought we could win this race with the car as fast as it was but it was our own fault for not going back across the scales," said a disappointed Eddie Mac. "This track is fast and a lot of fun to drive. The straights are long so you need a lot of engine and we had it and it really handled great in the turns. We just needed another caution to bunch the cars back up then I think we would have had a great chance to win. There were a number of fast cars here so when everything got spread out it was almost impossible to make up that much ground. It was a lot of fun coming here and Quebec city is a beautiful area and the team got to spend Saturday sightseeing and everyone enjoyed themselves."

"Rollie (LaChance) and I thank all the crew for making the trip here and doing an awesome job as they usually do. Rob Drandson, Tom Rice, Brian Neal, and Ryan LaChance worked great in the pits. Laura LaChance helps Rollie spot and does the time sheet. Jolene Drandson does the social media and keeps everyone back home informed about what is going on throughout the day and I thank her. My girlfriend Kelyn Harrell takes care of all the stuff needed to do so I can concentrate on the racecar. Thanks to Derek Beatrice from EXIT Realty for his support. Special thanks to car owner Dave Lemieux for giving us everything we need and special thanks to our K&N team owner Rob Grimm who supports our racing efforts. "

The #17 Pro Stock/SLM team is scheduled to compete again in the inaugural Granite State PASS race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway on July 1.
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        Photos by
Norm Marx
 
 

Eighth Place Finish for Eddie
in ACT's Governor's Cup

Eddie MacDonald dealt with an ill-handling EXIT Realty/Hancock Electric Chevy for three quarters of the annual American Canadian Tour's New Hampshire Governor's Cup 150 opener at Lee USA Speedway on Sunday, April 23. Driving the Freddie Peterson owned #17, Eddie Mac waited for a much needed caution that did not happen until lap 98.

"The car was hitting the track in the turns and sliding up the track so it was impossible to pass any cars," said Eddie Mac. "Rollie (crew chief LaChance) and I decided to wait until the first caution to pit and just try to maintain our 14th starting position. We thought with 29 cars in the field there would be an earlier caution especially this being the first race of the season but everyone stayed out of trouble until lap 98."

After racing in the K&N Pro Series East on Saturday at Bristol Motor Speedway, the team had only the forty minute practice session on Sunday to ready the car for the first race of the season. Most teams took advantage of the Saturday practice session. Eddie Mac started pole in the heat but only managed a second place finish to post a minus one score and started 14th in the feature. Despite the ill-handling car, Eddie Mac was able to gain five positions when the first caution flag waved on lap 98. After two trips to the crew for adjustments, Eddie Mac returned to the track P. 13 for the restart and was able to move to eighth when the checkered flag flew on the 150th circuit.

"The car was a lot better after the adjustments but when we returned to racing there were just too many good cars in front of us to get to the front," said Eddie Mac. "Our lap times were just as good as the leader but it takes a long time to pass guys here. We just ran out of laps. Of course, we were hoping to contend for the win at my home track but it just wasn't meant to be. We just missed the set-up a little and that's all it took. Normally you get early cautions and if we had I know we would have been in a position to race for the win. It is always great fun to compete on the track I grew up on and see all our families and supporters."

"The team did a great job getting the car ready at the shop and at the track," said Eddie Mac. "We are always thankful for our K&N team owner Rob Grimm for supporting us in this series. We are very thankful for our sponsors Derek Beatrice from EXIT Realty and Kenny and Scott Thompson from Hancock Electric. Thanks also to Sheila and Freddie Peterson, Bobby Wood, John Tiernan, Joe St. Jacques, and our crew Rob Drandson, Tom Rice, Dave Ricker, Craig Laroache, Brian Neal, Ryan and Laura LaChance. One of our crew members was not here due to a serious health issue and we miss and wish Donny Higinbotham all the best. Donny is just one of those guys willing to do anything to help our team and has for many years."

The team is already busy preparing the car for the 19th annual ACT Merchants Bank 150 at Thunder Road in Barre, Vt. on Sunday, April 30.
 



SATURDAY, APRIL 22nd


Bristol Motor Speedway
Eddie Posts Tenth Place Finish
at Bristol K&N East
 
Eddie MacDonald, driver of the #71 Grimm Construction Chevy, opened his K&N Pro Series East season scoring a tenth place finish on Saturday, April 22, in the rain-shortened Zombie Auto 125 at Bristol Motor Speedway. Inclement weather plagued the annual April NASCAR Cup weekend forcing delays and postponements in the Xfinity and Cup race.

The K&N race began two hours late, then just ran out of time as another huge cell drenched the "World's Fastest Half-Mile" after running 70 laps of the scheduled 125 laps. The Rowley, Mass. veteran felt the shortened event cost a top five finish saying, "The car was fast before the break and we thought with the small adjustments at the half-time break we would be able to gain a number of positions in the second stage. Unfortunately we never got the chance."

Rain caused the cancellation of qualifying on Friday and cut practice time in half. The starting grid was set by points and last year's schedule relegating Eddie Mac to start in the 18th spot since this was the team's first K&N start this season. When the green flag finally waved over the 26 car-field, Eddie Mac moved to the bottom groove and began moving to the front. By the first caution flag on lap 11, the Rob Grimm owned ride gained six positions to ride comfortably in the 12th spot. On lap 17 a caution slowed the field with Eddie Mac in seventh place. However, when NASCAR set the field for the restart, Eddie Mac was surprisingly moved back to the 12th position.

"I was very surprised I was moved to 12th since I thought I clearly had the seventh spot well before the caution flag," said the disappointed driver. "The car was working great and really sticking on the bottom so this was definitely a set-back since Rollie told me over the radio that rain was in the area. I was able to get back two of the spots before the next caution. It was just spitting a little but by the time we had the half-way break to make our adjustments it started pouring. It was a shame because both Rollie and I thought we could get to the top five after just freeing up the car a little. As I said, we never found out and that's a shame because the car was very good."

"The crew did an awesome job all weekend," said Eddie Mac. "The rain definitely made things more difficult and I really have the thank everyone for their effort. I want to wish Chuck Grimm, Rob's dad, a speedy recovery from a recent illness. He was supposed to be here as usual but is recovering at home. I have the best guys for sure but special thanks have to go to crew member Kenny Grooms who became a great grandfather while he was working here at the track. That is the kind of dedication our crew brings every race."

Of course, we all have to thank Rob Grimm for doing this," said Eddie. "We have been doing this together for over a decade now and it is all thanks to him. Rob and Karla have treated us like family and we appreciate everything they have done for us."

The Grimm Construction/Multiple Sclerosis Chevy is scheduled next to compete at Thompson Motorsports Park in Connecticut on July 8.

Photos by Richard Casey
 
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Eddie MacDonald (No. 71 Grimm Construction Chevrolet)
- Leads all current drivers with 192 career K&N Pro Series starts dating back to 2001.
- Has eight career top-10 finishes in the final series standings, including a career-best second place finish in the championship in 2009.
- Is the only driver entered this weekend to have won previously at Bristol, winning there in 2014 from the 13th starting position, highest among any of the five drivers with wins at the track.
- Has four top 10s in five career starts at Bristol. 
- Is making his season debut this weekend.
 
43rd Annual ICEBREAKER

SUN. APRIL 9th
Eddie MacDonald Wins PASS
Icebreaker at Thompson
Eddie MacDonald powered to victory in the Pro All-Star Series (PASS) opener at Thompson Motorsports Park's Icebreaker on Sunday. As a result of winning the second qualifying heat on Saturday, Eddie Mac started the 75 lap feature from the outside pole position in the EXIT Realty Beatrice Associates/Grimm Racing Chevy and quickly established his dominance.
When the green flag waved, the Rowley, Mass. veteran racer drove to the lead exiting turn two from pole sitter D.J. Shaw on the first lap holding the lead until a lap 10 caution. On the restart, Eddie Mac spun the tires giving Shaw the lead until the next caution on lap 20 when the Dave Lemieux Chevy regained the lead with Eddie Mac saying, "I made a mistake on the previous restart, so I made an adjustment on the next one and I was able to get lead back. The car was really fast and once I had the lead I was able to use the power down the straights and the car handled great in the turns."

Eddie Mac passed only twice in the 75 lap twenty-two car field and both passes were over Shaw. From lap twenty on, the only serious contender was Eddie Fatscher, the fourteen year old from Long Island, New York with Eddie Mac saying, "Our car was really strong and the #51 gave us all we could handle. The kid drove a great race but I had enough power thanks to our engine builder Paul Rinaldi to hold off any challenges from him. The car got a little loose at the end but I guess everyone else did too. "

With two laps to go, Eddie Mac held a three car length lead on the #51 and would take the checkered flag to post his second win in the Dave Lemieux owned ride with the jubilant owner saying after the race, "This is a great win and I am so happy to have Eddie MacDonald driving my car. He is a fantastic driver and part of a fantastic team. Everyone works so hard from the guys in the shop to the crew at the track. Rollie (LaChance-crew chief) did a great job setting up the car and Paul Rinaldi builds great engines. I do this for fun and I couldn't ask to be with a better group of people."

"I owe so much to our K&N owner Rob Grimm for everything he has done for us; it is always special when we get a win," said Eddie Mac after the race. "Rob is a huge part of everything we do whether it is in the K&N, PASS, or ACT racing. Today, Rollie had a great set up and the crew worked hard in the shop and on the track to get this car ready. Joe St. Jacques hung the new nose after Dick Casey stripped all the damage after getting wrecked at Seekonk last season and Joe did a beautiful job. Brian Neal from Neal Excavating did a lot of work to get this car ready along with John Tiernan. We have a lot of people to thank for our win including Rob Drandson, Craig Laroche, Ryan LaChance, Kenny G, and Laura LaChance. Jolene Drandson keeps everyone informed with our progress at the track on social media. Special thanks to my girlfriend Kelyn Harrell for all her support. This is really a team effort and a win would not be possible without the commitment from every one of these people."

Eddie Mac will compete next in the K&N Pro Series event at Bristol Motor Speedway on April 22, and then fly back early the next morning to race in the ACT Governor's Cup 150 at his family owned track, Lee USA Speedway in Lee, N.H. on Sunday, April 23.
Photos by Richard Casey
Photos by Norm Marx
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Lee USA Speedway
SUNDAY, APRIL 23rd


Bristol Motor Speedway
SATURDAY, APRIL 22nd
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Eddie MacDonald Prepares
for April Season Openers
Eddie MacDonald will take the green flag in the Pro All-Star Series opener in the Icebreaker PASS race at Thompson Motorsports Park on Sunday, April 2 in the first of three races scheduled in the month in three different series. Eddie Mac will also head to Bristol Motor Speedway for the K&N Pro Series East event on April 22 and fly back to the American Canadian Tour's Governor's Cup at his home track Lee USA Speedway on April 23.

"As you can imagine, we have been extremely busy preparing the cars for three different series but we are looking forward to getting things going and improving on our performance from last season," said the veteran Rowley, Mass. racer. "We are going to pick and choose the races we run in this season and we hope the flexibility will allow us to better prepare for the races we run. Last year was very hectic trying to run as many races as we did. We were not pleased with our performance in the K&N series and we are re-doubling our efforts to be more successful."

Currently, Eddie Mac and the Grimm Racing Team is scheduled to compete in four K&N events with the first on the "World's Fastest Half-Mile" in Bristol, Tennessee with Eddie Mac saying, "We absolutely love racing at Bristol and have enjoyed some success there. We won there in 2014, finished sixth in 2015, and eighth there last year. The competition in this series is incredible and we really have to be prepared to run and finish well against those teams. Our team owner Rob Grimm gives us everything we need for the Grimm Construction Chevy to be competitive, so it will be fun to kick off our season with a solid showing at Bristol. We plan to run at Thompson, Loudon, and Dover this season in the K&N so our focus will be on preparing the best cars for each race. The entire team is excited and ready to go."

The Icebreaker at Thompson is an important event to kick off the racing series throughout New England and Eddie Mac would like nothing better that to kick off the PASS race with a win on the fast, high-banked five-eighths of a mile speedway. The super late model owned by Dave Lemieux is receiving the finishing touches at crew chief Rollie LaChance's shop in preparation for the upcoming event with Eddie Mac saying," We are looking forward to starting our season at Thompson in Dave's car. We won the inaugural race at Loudon in it in 2015 so we know we have a good piece. We have done quite a bit of work on it for the season opener so we think it will be fast. Thompson is a great track if you are fast especially with the long front and back straightaways you need all the power you can get. We plan to run a limited schedule in the PASS and Granite State series. After Thompson we will be returning to Bristol to run in the Super Late Model race on May 21. We also plan to run at Loudon and Oxford in the 250. We may add other races as the season progresses."

The ACT Governor's Cup at Lee USA Speedway on April 9 is the one race that Eddie Mac would certainly love to win since his parent's own the track with Eddie Mac saying, "Winning the ACT race at Lee would be a great feeling for my family and all our supporters. I started my racing career at Lee as a teenager and love racing there. The ACT competition is fierce and getting a win there is huge. I am pleased to say we will have EXIT Realty and Hancock Electric on board this year as sponsors. We decided this season, along with our car owner Freddie Peterson, that we would run a partial schedule this season. We competed in the full schedule last year and we felt it would be better to run selected races this year. We will run at Thunder Road and White Mountain initially then add races as the season progresses. Of course Loudon, Beech Ridge, Thompson, and Seekonk are always in consideration. We are excited to get the ACT season going and a win at Lee would be awesome."
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  Date Track Location Length
  Sat. 
4/9

Thompson Speedway
Motorsports Park


The 43rd Icebreaker
Thompson, CT .625
Sat. 
4/22

Bristol Motor Speedway


NKNPS East Bristol
Bristol, TN  .533 
  Sun. 
4/23
 
Lee USA Speedway

The Goveror's Cup
Lee, NH  .375
  Sun. 
4/30
 

Thunder Road Speedbowl

The Merchants Bank 150
Barre, VT  .250 
  Sat. 
5/21

Bristol Motor Speedway


The US Short Track Nationals
Bristol, TN  .533 
  Sat.
6/17

White Mountain Motrosports Park 
North. Woodstock, NH  .250 
  Sat.
7/1

New Hampshire Motor Speedway
Loudon, NH 1.058
Sat. 
7/8

Thompson Speedway
Motorsports Park


NKNPS East Thompson
Thompson, CT .625
Sat.
7/15

New Hampshire Motor Speedway


United Site Services 70
Loudon, NH 1.058
  Sun.
8/27

Oxford Plains Speedway 

The 44th Oxford 250
Oxford, ME .375 
Fri.
9/29

Dover International Speedway

NKNPS East Dover
Dover, DE 1.00
 

NASCAR and K&N Announce Extension

Entitlement Sponsorship Extended Through 2021
 
NASCAR NEWS - FONTANA, Calif.-- K&N Filters has extended its entitlement sponsorship of the touring NASCAR K&N Pro Series for five years, through 2021, the sanctioning body announced Friday at Auto Club Speedway.

And with good reason. According to K&N Engineering CEO Tom McGann, "This is probably the best return on investment we have in sports marketing, bar none."

Though the announcement was made on K&N's "home turf," with the company based in nearby Riverside, the relationship with NASCAR is truly national in scope, encompassing both the K&N Pro Series East and K&N Pro Series West.

As part of the extension deal, K&N has acquired the designation as the "Official Automotive Filters of NASCAR."

"For K&N, where we truly race on Saturday and sell on Monday, a high-performance company working in Riverside here and working with NASCAR has provided us the opportunity to co-market with some of our largest customers," McGann said.

"One of our core values is the future of performance and the future of the sport. Working with this series fits right with our core values. ... It's all in line very, very well with our goals as a company and our vision as a company, along with the vision of NASCAR."

The extension of the K&N agreement is another in a series of milestone deals that extend beyond the turn of the next decade. NASCAR has reached a 10-year agreement with XFINITY for entitlement sponsorship of its national series, as well as 10-year broadcast agreements with FOX and NBC and international broadcast rights partner IMG.

NASCAR also has announced a seven-year extension of its entitlement agreement with Camping World, sponsor of the national Truck Series.

"Any time that you can extend what is already a long-term relationship, it's a good signal that things are working in that relationship," said Jim Cassidy, NASCAR senior vice president of racing operations, of the K&N deal. "K&N has been a significant partner at a really significant time in the K&N Series.

"Our focus is really honed in on the development of drivers and the building of the brand of those drivers at an earlier point in their careers. The K&N Pro Series offers the opportunity to do that."

Notable "graduates" of the K&N Pro Series include reigning NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion Kevin Harvick, 2015 Daytona 500 winner Joey Logano and such rising stars as Kyle Larson, Chase Elliott and Darrell Wallace Jr.

"It is such a great stepping stone as a racer growing up," said Joey Logano, 2015 Daytona 500 winner and 2007 NASCAR K&N Pro Series East champion. "Being able to drive a big stock car on race tracks that you're going to be racing the rest of your career on is a great thing for sure. ... That's what our sport always needs -- to stay true to how we can grow people."


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The Grimm family and members of Grimm Nation participated as
the "MS Warriors" in the May 5th, 2013 MS Walk at Pocono Speedway.
Grimm Nation Walks for One of Its Own
There are usually one or two things that define a race team whether it is a huge win or a race changing pit stop but for Grimm Racing its defining event occurred on a race track yet had nothing to do with racecars flying around an oval at incredible speed. The Grimm Racing Team was at Pocono Raceway on Sunday, May 5 for the third annual National Multiple Sclerosis Society Walk as part of Grimm Nation's "MS Warriors" team in support of Megan Spaulding, the daughter of team owners Karla and Rob Grimm.

"This was one of those events when you look back afterward and just say "Wow," recalled driver Eddie MacDonald. "The turnout from the Grimm Nation supporters was incredible, not to mention the thousands of people that joined us that day to raise awareness and money to help find a cure for this disease. It was really overwhelming at first to realize you are part of something so huge. I had no idea what to expect but just being a part of something like the MS Walk was as rewarding an experience as you can have. It meant a lot to us to be there for Megan and her family."

Megan, her husband Ryne and both children and the Grimm family, plus her extended family enjoyed a beautiful day with Eddie saying, "Everyone was so relaxed and having a great time being together sharing in something so important. It was special that both sets of Megan's grandparents were there to participate in the event. We had our Richmond car at the track with the MS emblem displayed on it and a lot of people posed for pictures. The tremendous turnout of support of over a 100 people there for Megan raised a lot of money just by the "MS Warriors" team. Karla had shirts made for all the participants and it was fantastic to see all the orange shirts walking as one in support of Megan. Karla did an incredible job getting everything organized. She had sandwiches drinks, and snacks and she is really an amazing person. Robin (Allaire) and I and Laura and Rollie (LaChance) were part of this and then spent time afterward with the Grimm family to complete a phenomenal weekend."

Photos of the day's events are displayed on Grimmracing.com as well as the Grimm Racing Facebook page. Ralph Smith took many beautiful pictures that are posted and can be seen on his Facebook page as well. So many people were responsible for making this a life-changing day. Jolene Drandson was actively involved with all of the preparation from the beginning to help make this MS Walk a huge success. Since 1988 the MS walk has raised over $10,000,000 dollars to support research to find a cure and donations are always welcome. Simply contact the Nationalmssociey.org for more information.

Karla Grimm's quote under the family picture on her Facebook page may be expanded to include all of the members of Grimm Nation and the legion of supporters in the fight against MS when she said, "We may not have it all together, but together we have it all."

   
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.  (
http://walkpae.nationalmssociety.org)

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.
(onefundboston.org)

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. (
www.facebook.comCorrectionalPeaceOfficersFoundation)

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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