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One part of the circuit I did see was Thunder Valley:
And I could see quite readily that the television tends to flatten out the circuit. The uphill run to the finish line here is better shown in this pic:
But now, back to the original road circuits. I'll send a link shortly with these, but first I've got another pic to send...
... Rimes performing the "Star Spangled Banner". Finally it was race time with Dario Franchitti leading the field in the pace car. The noise of 33 cars roaring down the straight at 220mph is something else. What a race it was, with no accidents in the first 148 laps, a record for continuous green flag racing, and some fast and furious racing. Most of the passes took place just yards from where I was on the run in to turn 1. After the first accident there would be ...
Headed east from Champaign where I lost an hour crossing into Indiana and the Eastern timezone. I continued eastwards on the interstate bound for the Indianapolis Motor Speedway to collect my parking permit for the race tomorrow. From Indianapolis I headed south to Edinburgh, Indiana where I did a bit of shopping at the outlet mall. I also took a drive through Edinburgh to discover that it contains a lot of churches. Next stop was in Columbus, Indiana to view a covered bridge set in ...
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John's friend, Adam, lives in Columbus and drove out to the laundromat to visit with us. He and John had a chance to catch up while we did laundry and then he offered to take us out for lunch. We went to this amazing little restaurant/ice cream parlor in downtown Charlestown (it started with a "Z", I don't remember the name though). I ordered a red raspberry Coke and a grilled cheese ...
At last we have found a destination with green grass and wildflowers. We have been hearing of the beauty of the mid west in spring for about a month now but were beginning to doubt there was any truth in the stories of fields full of wild flowers and meadows of green grass. But at last it has come true. And where better to see spring kick off than in Bloomington, Indiana. Our time in ...
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