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Yesterday we arrived, visiting former coworkers with us in Wuhan. It was a bright, sunny travel day all the way. It took us about eight hours to get there (after missing a turn), and a time change (Eastern Time is one hour later). We had a little scare on the way, running over a a tire shred, but no apparent effect to our driving. ...
... Very impressive.
You can see from this why the old control centre...
...had to be replaced. The demands of modern racing series, sponsors, teams and press mean that facilities have to be large and fully equipped.
Speaking of 'fully equipped', the Ferrari Challenge boys come with plenty of gear:
But not as much as some of the Superbike teams, which ...
... and had been told of our little adventure. We were asked to send details and a picture and she published about our trip when we'd gone about as far as Las Vegas.
So it was nice to meeting Alan and to know that there's someone there who can sometimes put a little spiritual food in front of my son.
By the way, the carpark is impressive:
This week is the lead-up to the ...
... the water with a gentle spring breeze blowing the leaves made me think of a BCF saying.... This is living! The only down side is it's Easter time and normally Easter means sitting on a beach somewhere with my hilarious family. Last year I watched my brother sky dive and most of the time there are some form of antics between my Mother and Aunty that keeps you laughing for hours. But ...
It's been slightly sprinkling as we traveled across 252 to 31. We stopped 9:15 a.m. at Edinburg / Taylorsville and got breakfast at McDonald's before we got on I-65.
We weren't too far down the road when we ran into major traffic congestion. It was around 10:00 a.m. somewhere around Indiana mile marker 46. We couldn't tell if it was road construction or an accident causing the delay.
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