Endurance driver Carl Reese picks one of the most beautiful spots in the world to set his seventh world record. On March 26, 2016, Reese completed a 37.4 mile lap around the perimeter road located on Moorea in the French Polynesian… Continue Reading →
When Carl Reese set out to claim his place in automotive history, he did not choose the normal breed of German super sedan or coupe that Alex Roy and Ed Bolian had opted for. He bought a Tesla. In addition… Continue Reading →
Trailer for “History of Transcontinental Motorcycle Records” Is Now Available! Entire team helps one man with his attempt to beat George Egloff’s 1983 U.S. Express Solo Motorcycle Record. Driving a BMW K1600 from Los Angeles to New York a total of 2829 miles. Faced with obstacles and… Continue Reading →
I wake up nearly every morning the same way. Before my eyes are fully opened, I reach for my phone. With running my own business this has become normal practice. You’re always concerned if a client may have had an… Continue Reading →
Carl Reese TDA Contributor Long before Brock Yates and Richard Doherty organized coast to coast automobile events in the 1970’s and 80’s. Col. Augustus Post and the American Automobile Association (AAA) was testing the limits of man and machine. The Summer of 1904… Continue Reading →
Jalopnik contributor, Freddy “Tavarish” Hernandez about the build of the Mercedes S55 AMG that Ed Bolian and team used in The 2904 to set the fastest NY to LA time ever in a competitive event. Read the story here.
Here is an amazing write up from David Simpson about our experiences on the 2015 running of The 2904. He drove a Lexus SC400 and set a new solo NY to LA record of 34 hours 33 minutes. “Let’s have… Continue Reading →