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Very much appreciate the add campaigne but when the youngest drivers are responsible for the adult content of the message that is a problem. A young Best Friend of an Indycar driver killed my beautiful and talented 18 year old daughter before her High School graduation, pushing to pass at 95-100 miles per hour in a Honda transportation Vehicle and they were both killed. At the time I did not even know that young children raced Indycars,Mazda's or had permission to race without a drivers license and before their High School graduation! Certainy when my dughter buckled her seat belt in she wasn't signing up for an Indy-500 experience. The young man driving was killed also, and now on social media you can see his beautiful sister (Now about 22 years old), who holds on to every word of the racing team with her Vodka bottle and glass. So very tragic. So I am glad to see the youngest drivers taking on this project but it is the adults that we need to hear from, as adults are many things but children are idealistic. "So sorry for your Loss" is becoming a shallow expression among fanatics of racing and Speed where I live. When Kyle Bush is still driving for NASCAR after he was recently arrested for going 128 mph in a 45 mph zone, I am not convinced that the adult racing community is committed to their Public Service Announcements. Children buy M&M's afterall. Since 2005 I have met hundreds of families' who have been devastated by SPEED and Reckless Driving and so the message of safe driving is certainly a must in racing venues. But the racing community is only sanctioned for PRIVATE property and not Public Roads I was told; and so pushing the boundaries onto man-made street courses in the middle of major American cities is sending out another message and that is "do what we say, not what we do." It is also sad to see that the youngest in these groups of racers are often the most mature as they grow older they are addicted not only to SPEED and the Fast life-style that there racing owners have aquired. Also the adolescent Hormones and Speed mixture are just a disaster waiting to happen. Nice photo-Opp but the packaging and marketing of speed and racing to our youngest drivers is not appreciated. Also, since most racing drivers usually have only a High School education with a GED K-12 certification, it is innapropriate to bill them out as Child Development Specialists when the adults in the group have all graduated to Adult Entertainment. Many of these children are speaking a good message, but we want to hear from the adults in the group; since they are known for saying things like "If you are in control, you are driving to slow." ETC. RIP Emily Jasmine RIP William RIP Brian Wentworth RIP Gabby Maier RIP David Yassa RIP Shawn Braodus RIP Cameron Bierberle RIP ALL of those children who have been killed on the race-coast for reckless driving and speed. We will never forget.
'Toy's R'Us" jas just enough time to get out a new line of Indy-cars & Izod has enough time for the Macy's day Parade. A Japaneese-Italian business joke could be appropriate or a new line of Izod striped polos for the pit crew. How does Sarah Fisher compete now? Can she use an older model of Dallara. In order to get a 70K "aero-kit" many $$$$-yen have to be spent first for R& kits have to be tested.
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Another "off-topic" for SG. "glass". No announcement for Danica presenting at the ESPYs? Dario is up for an ESPY award. Can't wait to see Ashley and Dario, luv the accent! 2010 ESPYS Where: ESPN - Live from the Nokia Theatre Los Angeles, CA When: Today from 9:00 pm to 12:00 am
Toggle Commented Jul 14, 2010 on And the Answer is: DALLARA (sort of) at
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