Originally Posted by Turn13
Yes, it has an IndyCar connection:
..a group of people from across the Midwest and South that attends the Indianapolis 500 every year..
Every year, the group's members meet at the speedway, park their buses and RVs, circle the wagons to make a courtyard in the center, and embark upon a project to try to impress their neighbors. ...
In 2000, the project turned out to be a bit too challenging. The group decided to build a bowling alley... nothing seemed
Originally Posted by Kurt Cobain
From USA Today: Adam Jentleson, the senator's communications director, told the Associated Press that the accident occurred when an elastic exercise band broke and hit Reid in the face, causing him to fall. As the senator fell, Jentleson said, Reid struck part of the equipment and broke several bones near his right eye. Reid then hit the floor and broke his ribs.
Originally Posted by comfortably numb
Originally Posted by Bezzen
Am I being a bit too cynical thinking that the main reason for only one car this weekend is that no driver (with a valid super licence) had enough time to get the cash together? :/
Marussia has Rossi. Apparently they had a second car in Sochi, though it sounded like they weren't 100% finished prepping the car.
I think it was a simple matter of respect for their injured driver and a team not entirely focused on the race. Chilton was downright awful this weekend and retired early.
[QUOTE=Shell51;3661912][QUOTE=prell5713;3661356]Are you special in some way? Normally when I read a post it seems emotionless. But man this one is chock full of something.[/QUOTE]
He sounds a lot like a guy who posts a lot on the Facebook Indycar fan page...[/QUOTE]
Yeah, thats me.