Picture This: A Year In Photos At RaceDayCT

Ted Christopher celebrates the final victory of his storied career on Sept. 10 at Thompson Speedway. Christopher was killed on Sept. 16 in a plane crash while flying to a NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour event at Riverhead Raceway

In just a few hours the calendar flips to 2018.

Before leaving 2017 behind at RaceDayCT we take a look back at some of the photos that were featured on this site this year from around the local racing scene from Shawn Courchesne, Fran Lawlor, Jim DuPont and Brenda Meserve.

Check out the gallery below …

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  1. Great photos! Best part of racing is looking back. With that said are there any big changes to the teams coming in 2018? Will the 4 car be back, will Santos run full time, is there any part time teams running full schedule or any full time teams running part time? It’s sill season and I’m out of the loop in N.C.!

  2. Some things won’t ever be the same.

  3. darealgoodfella says

    The opening of the 2018 season will be tough.

    Nice gallery, thanks.

  4. Great photos indeed.It is tough to see T.C. smiling in victory lane.Yes,some things won’t ever be the same.

  5. 2017 was a year of high and lows. Some of the highs Ryan Preece winning his first Xfinity race and Keith Rocco winning championships at all 3 Connecticut tracks. Then the lows the untimely death of TC. But then a little high TC being crowned Connecticut state championship posthumously a little ray of sunshine at a time of great sorrow Really liked the pics especially the ones with the drivers in victory lane with their kids. And that pic of coby’s car OUCH bet that hurt the next day

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