Family members and team members watch racers make a sharp turn at Riverhead Raceway. (Credit: Daniel Brennan)
First comes the sounds of motors revving and tires shrieking. Then the smell of rubber on pavement on a hot August day. A hint of dirt mixes with the heavy air. The sun blazes over Riverhead Raceway, without a cloud to dull its glare.
Brendon Bock has been here since just before 1 p.m., and it will be nearly 12 hours before he heads home to Franklin Square. "We're usually one of the last to...
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