Ha! Smokey Yunick made a career of "getting away with something" so you're in
Dan, speaking of first times, mine was in a Formula Vee, in the rain at Sears
Point (now Infineon). I was the only open cockpit car amongst all the "tin
tops" and did I get soaked...but loved every minute of it. I called my wife
during the lunch break and told her I wasn't coming home as I was having too
much fun. That was eight years ago and she still can't get me to wipe this
smile off my face.
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> I've been racing for most of my life and I still feel like I'm getting away
> with something.
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> From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf
> Of Tony Drews
> Sent: Monday, March 21, 2005 6:24 AM
> To: Cofrog@aol.com; FOT@autox.team.net
> Subject: Re: First Time
> Congratulations! I still remember my first drivers school / race. I kept
> thinking "I should get in trouble for driving this fast". That feeling of
> exhilaration doesn't go away. A good side by side battle makes a life-long
> memory to be treasured.
> - Tony
> At 08:45 PM 3/20/2005, Cofrog@aol.com wrote:
> >Bought a TR-4 Vintage Race and went to RMVR's driver school this weekend.
> >Major hoot. I think the hook is sunk deep. Finished 6th overall in
> >graduation race. Wheeeee.....