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Re: Introducing: BloodSweat&GearsRacing

Postby surratta » Wed Feb 12, 2014 11:11 am

Joel Hershoren wrote:Maybe you can con Mike Patterson and Warren Martin to come and help instruct.
2 fast Canadians with a LOT of FWD experience . Warren was super smooth, which lead to very few D.N.F.'s .

what are you trying to say about Mike here?
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Re: Introducing: BloodSweat&GearsRacing

Postby Joel Hershoren » Wed Feb 12, 2014 2:27 pm

Honest ? nothing.
Mike has gotten plenty of accolade and attention in his racing career.
I was giving props to Warren, as he was a quiet sort, and raced a Golf much like Suzy's new ride.

Smooth has rewards : helps keep repair bills down, and the laps times too.
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Re: Introducing: BloodSweat&GearsRacing

Postby 924RACR » Wed Feb 12, 2014 5:03 pm

Awww, he's just funnin'... 8)
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Re: Introducing: BloodSweat&GearsRacing

Postby BILL WRITT » Thu Feb 13, 2014 7:59 pm

Welcome to the sweet addiction Suzy, glad we have you hooked, looking forward to more fun this season.
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Re: Introducing: BloodSweat&GearsRacing

Postby BloodSweat&Gears » Fri Feb 14, 2014 10:58 am

Hey Joel,
You make a GREAT point about Driver's School. And if I can find the $$$CASH FLOW$$$ in our budget I will be at Driver's School again this year. I am very seriously thinking about it. It is a great value and the seat time in a new car is invaluable!!! Even if I can't participate in School this season, Dennis and I will be there volunteering for sure. I really enjoyed the Driver's School experience last year with The Rabbit. Everyone was very patient, helpful and professional. I am very thankful to Jim Miller for giving me the opportunity to Co-Dive his car, and I do one day plan to pay it forward. After I am done being selfish this year with my new car, I may take on a Co-Driver in the future. I really believe to grow our sport, there must be an ample amount of Co-Driving opportunities out there for newbies. I don't think I would even be here, now with my own car, if it had not been for Jim Miller and Bob Knoska. These two saw in me what was always there and only needed four wheels under me to ignite. For me, racing and competition is my passion, I have nothing else to live for and I will go to my grave sliding sideways full throttle with a smile on my face and fire in my blood.
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Re: Introducing: BloodSweat&GearsRacing

Postby greendot » Wed Apr 23, 2014 10:52 pm

frolicking is a good description of his driving too :-)
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Re: Introducing: BloodSweat&GearsRacing

Postby surratta » Thu Apr 24, 2014 9:07 am

greendot wrote:frolicking is a good description of his driving too :-)

why, you no good, son of a
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