Positively Vermont: The Vermont Historical Society's Auto Racing Exhibit

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Dennis McMahon interviews guest Amanda Kay Gustin, Public Program Manager at the Vermont Historical Society, about the new exhibit, Anything for Speed: Automobile Racing in Vermont, opening April 28th at the Vermont History Center in Barre.

Anything for Speed explores the excitement and passion of a century of automobile racing in Vermont. From the earliest days of experimentation and quirky traditions to beloved local tracks and talented professionals, auto racing is an important part of Vermont’s story. Join us as we connect you to the people, the places, and of course the cars that have driven into history. 

For more information: vermonthistory.org

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