Photos: SST at Bristol with Cleetus McFarland

Some photography from Cleetus and Cars at the Bristol Motor Speedway.

“It’s the Internet…”

Years ago I took the cover photo of this post of Jesse James at an off-road race and really thought nothing of it other than to dump it on my Flickr page along with all the other shots from that weekend. Several years later I was browsing the West Coast Choppers website of Jesse James…

Mad Max Gordon Makes His First Stadium Super Truck Start at Road America

Max Gordon, son of Robby Gordon, age 12, made his Stadium Super Truck debut in 2020 at Road America. The field included NASCAR Truck Series Champion, Sheldon Creed, who also happens to be two time series champion in SST.

Beijing with Stadium Super Trucks and Chevrolet



Black & White Hero Cards

The Longshot

Virtual to Reality We have always evangelized the virtual to reality pathway in motorsports. But the truth is it still requires resources. Since we put together the longshot proposal while working with Rev Racing, the NASCAR diversity program has seen success since the inception of the academy style team which we piloted. The Longshot: Fueling…

Hero card for a hero

A hero card created for then 17yr old Bubba Wallace while driving for the NASCAR diversity program called Revolution Racing.

Covering the Dakar Rally. Multi-day, back to back Run and Gun Projects

This collection is from a youtube playlist that only contains Dakar Rally from Africa (and the Central Europe Rally.) I’ll add South America Dakar later. The pic to the left was taken in Néma, Mauritania, back in 2006. Two years later the organizers would relocate the Dakar Rally to South America. Currently the Rally is…

Preditor: Scenes from NASCAR Hometracks (Now NASCAR Roots)

Right below the top 3 NASCAR series (Cup, Xfinity, Trucks) are the two NASCAR K&N Series (East and West). I came to think of it where stockcar dreams came to die. At this level, it costs shy of a million dollars a year to race an entire season. Here you either shine or run your…

Red Bull does in fact give you wings.

Red Bull’s slogan was “Gives you wings“. This was their slogan for over 20 years until one consumer, Benjamin Careathers, decided to sue the company for ‘false advertising’, arguing that after 10 years drinking Red Bull he neither had wings nor any enhanced athletic or intellectual performance. Robby Gordon begs to differ. I shot this photo out a Glamis with…