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For those of us sleeping peacefully in our beds every night, there are thousands of soldiers out there, scattered across the globe with bombs and bullets aimed at them, sleeping in fox holes, under trees, on top of military tanks and trucks hoods, and who-knows-what other not-so-peaceful conditions; so that we can.
Here is a bit on the race car and team that I drive in as well, our name is (bc we Marines aren’t that creative) Uncle Sam’s Misguided Children Racing, or USMC Racing for short. We drive a 1997 Crown Vic, chopped all to hell and back for weight loss.
Brian Czech from USMC Racing joins the Midlife Motorheads to talk about a non-profit racing group that supports active military and veterans through participation in grassroots motorsports racing. USMC Racing is making a difference for those who serve or have served who may have difficulty returning to civilian life.
With just over seven percent of all living Americans having served in the military and only .08 percent of those having served in the U.S. Marine Corps, you’re forgiven-barely and disappointedly-if you’ve never heard of Chesty Puller. For our car-centric outlook suffice to say “Chesty” is the Marine’s Marine.
I finally got the opportunity to race in a 24 hours of lemons endurance event. It was the race of a lifetime in a 5 speed manual crown vic of all things. USM…