High Gear Media is taking the country by storm, starting September 23 and running through October 2, as we join the Fireball Run, which starts in Las Vegas and ends in Galena, Illinois, raising awareness of missing children along the way. We'll be team 68 out of 75, and we will be taking the wheel of a Chevrolet Camaro. Fireball Run combines missions with track events, and High Gear Media will be covering the event on the way to winning it. I will be stepping in for Motor Authority editor Nelson Ireson for the final three days of the run, and High Gear Media social media guru Joel Feder will...
Fireball Run: The Route
Over the eight days from September 24-October 2, Team High Gear Media will be driving a 2010 Chevrolet Camaro SS, all but living out of it as we compete our way across the country. We'll be traversing 3,500 miles of the American heartland, from Henderson, Nevada to Galena, Illinois, and we won't be...Nelson Ireson
Fireball Run: The Rules
The rules of Fireball Run are, on their face, pretty simple. Two people per team minimum, four maximum. The car that runs the rally must actually run the rally--no trailering or support vehicles. The main team registrant must be a business owner, worth over $3.5 million, a celebrity, an active or...Nelson Ireson
Fireball Run: What Is It?
The Fireball Run might sound like one of the gonzo cross-country outlaw runs like the Cannonball Baker Sea to Shining Sea Memorial Trophy Dash (better known as the Cannon Ball Run) but it's actually a very above-board affair. Its core mission is not just to have fun or drive across the country...Nelson Ireson
High Gear Media Does The Fireball Run
Seventy-five teams, 3,500 miles, 8 days, with track events, missions, and one common goal: to help find missing kids. The Fireball Run kicks off September 23 and runs through October 2, and High Gear Media is taking part. We're in it to win it, and we'll be covering the event as we go. Joel Feder...Nelson Ireson