GREAT FUN. Brought back the memories of the 50th Midget. Of course I didnt
get to drive as fast as Ron was, I was obeying the 70 MPH limit, well most
of the time. Too bad I wasnt in my Midget tho.
On Sep 12, 2013, at 6:49 PM, Ron Soave <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Pardon the redundancy if some of you are on facebook's Spridget list...
> On today's installment of Narcissist Theater: Sunday's Sheldon Cup, Road
> America at Elkhart Lake. Because I had no qualifying time, Trash Too was
> gridded 41st, finished 17th. Was still working my way up when the pesky
> checkered flag came out. There is still so much time in that car once the
> driver trusts it a bit more. What a blast...
> Ron Soave
> Roscoe, IL
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