I had really thought I'd be able to find something useful to put down here a little more often, but if I'm not careful, the only journal entries I'm making are the ones around New Year ...
It's just that I'm rather busy with other things at the moment and painting cars just isn't very high on the priority list. Or not yet actually, because although I'm the only Corvette driver in our team at the moment, we will be moving to another car set and chances are that more of us will get back into the Vette's again.
So who knows, we may need more cars for the team and that makes clearing time for putting in the effort less tricky.
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Happy New Year people, make 2009 a good one.
One of my officially non existent new years resolutions is to actually make the GPRT (my sim-racing team for those unfamiliar with us) a new car paint for the Corvette C6R.
The last serious item I put up here was dated from 2005 so I reckon it's about time something else showed up. :)
Watching an A1GP series race is always a good thing. This great new open wheel racing class is a absolute winner. All teams get the same material and basically all that decides who wins and who doesn't is the setup of the car and the quality of it's driver.
Watching this fantastic show live, including a brand new Dutch driver, on a Dutch circuit is awesome, absolutely awesome. And boy did we watch it live. Over the past weekend we got spoiled with two whole days filled to the top with superb motor sport events, live at the track of Zandvoort.
Team Netherlands had a last minute driver change when their number one driver, from now on referred