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By admin | December 14, 2012
My two sons and I had the opportunity to visit the Bloomquist Races Cars shop on Thursday afternoon. During our two hours there, I was able to get a few pictures. Here they are:
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Scott Bloomquist with my sons Cody and Austin.
One of the famous #0 cars is being prepared for the upcoming season.
A body piece from the car Kyle Busch used to win the 2012 Prelude to the Dream.
There's no shortage of trophies and race winning checks.
More trophies and checks.
Still more trophies.
My former student at Seymour High School, Chase King, works for Bloomquist.
This chassis was awaiting its turn for further assembly. Crew chief Tommy Hicks said they can build a car from the ground up in about a week.
This car has won a number of races over the last few seasons but is about to be sold.
Engines await their placement in one of those Bloomquist Race Cars.
The machining area of the shop.
This takes the team where they need to go.
This second shop was once used by John Blankenship but now is mostly used for storage.
My boys and I had a great time. Any dirt racing fan would enjoy getting to see it so I hope these pictures provide a peek into their world. The write up and recording of the interview I conducted with Scott will be posted soon.
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