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Unbuckled: Getting to Know Cameron Ouellette

Unbuckled: Getting to Know Cameron Ouellette

 

Driver of the #90 Martin & Associates Chevrolet Monte Carlo

Hometown: Barre, VT

2015 Season: Finished 9th in Bond Auto Tiger Sportsmen points (1 win)

 

What are your favorite off-season hobbies?

Waiting for racing season to come back.

 

What do you do for work?

I work as a delivery driver at Bond Auto Parts in South Barre.

 

What is your biggest life accomplishment?

Probably graduating from Spaulding High School.


Unbuckled: Getting to Know Stephen Donahue

Unbuckled: Getting to Know Stephen Donahue

 

Driver of the #26 Freshcoat Asphalt Maintenance Chevrolet Celebrity

Hometown: Graniteville, VT

2015 Season: Finished 3rd in Bond Auto Tiger Sportsman points (3 wins); Tiger Sportsman Rookie of the Year and Doc Nielsen Outstanding Rookie Award winner

 

What are your favorite off-season hobbies?

I enjoy going to Barre Town RC and running the radio-controlled cars. I also like going snowmobiling as well – when we have snow. (Laughs)

 

Where do you go to school? What are your plans after graduating?

I attend U-32 High School. After graduating, I plan on buying a dump truck and starting my own business hauling dirt and rock.

 

What is your biggest life accomplishment?

Being able to make my father and grandfather proud as far as my racing accomplishments.


Unbuckled: Getting to Know Alan Maynard

Unbuckled: Getting to Know Alan Maynard

 

Driver of the #10 FOE.com Ford Mustang

Hometown: Fairfax, VT

2015 Season: Finished 4th in Allen Lumber Street Stock points (2 wins)

 

What are your favorite off-season hobbies?

I like to coach basketball. For quite a while I was coaching at the boys’ varsity high school level (at BFA Fairfax). This year I’ve taken a bit of a step back and have been helping coach my daughter’s 5th and 6th grade girls’ basketball team. It’s been a little different, but it’s fun. I really enjoy the game of basketball, and I like to coach, since I’m a teacher anyway. So that’s one of my favorite things to do. It’s a winter thing, so it works out pretty well. Also, since you can’t completely get away from racing, I go Go-Kart racing, and recently I’ve picked up R/C racing at Barre Town R/C. So really, an offseason is just an opportunity to find other ways to race, I suppose.

 

What do you do for work?

I’m an athletic trainer by trade. The name isn’t very good for us, but what we do is deal in prevention, treatment, and rehabilitation of athletic injuries. As a professor at the University of Vermont (UVM), I teach people how to become athletic trainers, but I also teach across a number of other health care disciplines, like physical therapy, exercise science, and nursing – we do a lot of inter-professional teaching. I also practice as an athletic trainer at BFA Fairfax; if any of their student athletes get hurt, I’m the one that they call on to try and help fix them. I wear a lot of different hats.