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A Young Racer…

Here is a young driver named Stirling Moss, still with a full head of hair, in his 500 c.c. Cooper-J.A.P. before the First Heat of the International 500 c.c. 379 more words


The Impossible Win

Here is the Ferrari 250LM entered by Luigi Chinetti’s North American Racing Team which has just, quite improbably, won the 24 Hours of Le Mans on June 20, 1965. 404 more words


A Return to Local Racing

After two weeks of world cup racing, we circle back to more local competition. There are multiple cyclo-cross options, including a return to the Chicross Cup series. 322 more words


#3 Some TrainingPeaks Changes

Welcome to the Coach’s Blog, powered by Drew Dillman Coaching. I started coaching in January 2018 and quickly realized that there are a lot of topics specific for bike-racing that I want to share with my athletes. 1,195 more words


Huntsville 10 Miler

This race is advertised as the “toughest 10 miler in Texas.” I’m sure I could carve out a tougher course on the trails of Bandera, Camp Eagle or Guadalupe National Park, but this event was certainly nothing to sniff at! 529 more words

Road Racing

First blog post...

Hello! So I’ve decided to set up a blog to write up about my racing, and possibly other cycling related posts, as I would like to share my journey with others and for me to look back on in the future. 409 more words


The Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa Tour

This week has been the time to celebrate the 60th Anniversary of the famous Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa. Ten of these rarest of the rare racing cars gathered in Utah and Colorado to crisscross these states over some 770 miles in a truly unusual gathering. 173 more words