After a 15-minute practice session, Greenhill switches the tires on his car. | Rob Dicker~Sun-Times Media
"Its all about the plastic trophy," say Greenhill, who sits in the second position in the "grid" waiting for the race to start. | Rob Dicker~Sun-Times Media
After one lap behind the pace car, Greenhill takes off at full throttle with the rest of the racers. | Rob Dicker~Sun-Times Media
After 30 minutes under a green flag, Greenhill passes the finish line. The race officials tallied the number of laps that each car completed in the alloted time, and Greenhill finished second, just behind his friend, Peter Jankovskis. | Rob Dicker
Immediately after leaving the track, Steve Greenhill drives his car directly into his transport trailer and secures it for the trip from Joliet back home to Mundelein. | Rob Dicker~Sun-Times Media
Greenhill watches as Beau Martin, president of Elite Autosport in Woodstock, changes the tires on the number 19 car. At this race, Greenhill chose not to pit his own car. | Rob Dicker~Sun-Times Media
Before leaving Peter Jankovskis' garage to run in the qualifying session, Greenhill dons his helmet. | Rob Dicker~Sun-Times Media
Beau Martin of Elite Autosport gives Greenhill a push out of the garage as he heads off for the qualifying session. | Rob Dicker~Sun-Times Media
After being pushed off the track in a straightaway, Peter Jankovskis' car spins out just to the left of Greenhill's car. Neither Jankovskis nor Greenhill were hurt, and Jankovskis's car only sustained minor damage during the incident.
During the qualifying session, Greenhill comes out of turn six. | Rob Dicker~Sun-Times Media
Following the qualifying session, Greenhill returns to Peter Jankovskis's garage all smiles. Peter had the fastest time, with Steve right behind him. | Rob Dicker~Sun-Times Media
Greenhill and friend Peter Jankovskis hop in their Spec Racer Ford cars and head to the starting grid for their 30-minute timed race. The cars are powered by four-cyclinder 1.9-liter Ford engines.
Greenhill shows the logo on a T-shirt made by one of this children. | Rob Dicker~Sun-Times Media
Steve Greenhill of Mundelein is a race car driver. He races his SPEC Racer Ford car in SCCA and Midwest Counsel races. …