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Racing: Fast, female and maybe on TV

Producer shoots footage of female racers at Thunderhill for possible reality series

6:36 PM, Jul. 5, 2013
Videographer George Houde interviews driver Jessi Ness of Abrams prior to her race at Thunderhill Raceway in Sturgeon Bay. Houde was at the weekly racing program June 29 to shoot footage for a possible reality TV show on female race car drivers at local short tracks.
Videographer George Houde interviews driver Jessi Ness of Abrams prior to her race at Thunderhill Raceway in Sturgeon Bay. Houde was at the weekly racing program June 29 to shoot footage for a possible reality TV show on female race car drivers at local short tracks.
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First came "Great Lake Warriors." Could "Warrior Princesses of Thunderhill Raceway" be next?

OK, that second name is made up. But it captures the theme of a yet-untitled television project that could again put Door County in the national reality TV spotlight, following in the wake of area tugboat captains featured in the short-lived History Channel show "Great Lake Warriors."

Footage was shot June 29 during the regular Saturday night racing program at Prestige Yacht Coatings Thunderhill Raceway, a one-third mile dirt track at the Door County fairgrounds in Sturgeon Bay. ...

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