The announcers call racing a battle, I like the way my driver fights! I don't know if anyone noticed, Danica, I believe has learned to do dirt track driving on a hard surface. Since the last time I blogged I have watched my driver take it on the chin bounce back up and keep on going. I do the same thing she does, ignore the critics, after all, my biggest critic of all... is myself. GO DANICA!!!
Added by perry morales on September 15, 2012 at 11:07am —
The sword in the picture obviously belongs to the 7th cavalry. Can anyone tell me who it belong to originally?
Added by perry morales on April 21, 2012 at 12:00pm —
Yes, Bristol is a tough track but not hard to figure out. The speed line is egg shaped. Adjust for uneveness and airflow pressure or lack thereof. As far as short track experience is concerned a couple hours a week on a hydroplane track or a wet or dry dirt track and you could be up to SPEED faster. GO DANICA!!!
Added by perry morales on March 12, 2012 at 12:36pm —
I find it interesting, of all the hype and deception that goes on with celebrities, I was hoping we humans had develpoped beyond all of the dark ways. On to a better subject, Danica, I personally think that "repeat" will be a very achievable goal. Everything that has happened in your career so far is measurable proof. When you consolidate time in practice and racing into an hourly basis per week, you have learned more than some of the other drivers who came on the same path. I can't hardly… Continue
Added by perry morales on February 11, 2012 at 11:36am —
'Tis the season to be jolly. I have not had such a good laugh in a while. Looks like I can get one by reading twitter during the off season. Some people just don't get what good will really means. !!Merry Christmas, Danica!!
Added by perry morales on December 22, 2011 at 4:56pm —
The past few races that I saw Danica in I noticed a marked improvement in her aggressive tactics. Which, enable her to pass up more cars. In a heavy car that does not grip well that is not an easy thing to do. I do not see Homestead as problem track. It's all on the Drivers. GODANICA!!!
Added by perry morales on November 15, 2011 at 3:50pm —
Phoenix raceway has fast qualifying times and slow race times. I wonder if anyone will use a mountain racing/roadcourse setup. Of course keeping in mind the low banking. GO DANICA!!!
Added by perry morales on November 11, 2011 at 12:13pm —
Until I get another computer I will not be able to comment on the races I see right away. Of the ones I have seen; I knew Danica would not back down, bad accident, good hit; spin out on restart, noone is perfect, no matter how good a driver they are. Good car, good settings, and I would say good luck but we both know it is mostly skill, experience, knowledge and teamwork. GO DANICA!!!
Added by perry morales on August 30, 2011 at 6:20pm —
Judging from everyone's posting, I am glad I was not there or get to see what went on. But, like a computer program, get some smart people together and you can get rid of the glitches no matter how big they are. GO DANICA!!!
Added by perry morales on June 12, 2011 at 4:15am —
Thanks for the input. The manufacturers you mentioned are the the most well known. I guess I might have sounded negative in my writing. There are minor companies if given proper incentives would jump at a chance to show what the can build. GO DANICA!!!
Added by perry morales on February 22, 2011 at 1:03pm —
As I was watching the competition last one thing stuck out almost half the field was chevrolet. True competion means everyone(carmakers)should compete. Different makes means better competition. Stacking the deck for a single automaker just increases the odds for that automaker. That is not the soul of competition. So, how about it? You think NASCAR will be able to lure other American automakers as well as maybe foreign automakers. GO DANICA!!!
Added by perry morales on February 18, 2011 at 12:28pm —
We veterans appreciate Danica's salute, even those of us who don't get deployed. GO DANICA!!
Added by perry morales on January 13, 2011 at 11:44am —
It is called a career because this is what you will do physically and mentally almost your every waking moment. Alot of teams will have bad years. Politics and business aside, the individual who does the driving can help elevate or depress a good team. Danica, as far as your rookie year in NASCAR is concerned, I know your the kind of person who will move forward and only look back for references. You are doing well and I hope everyone keeps encouraging you to accelerate. GO DANICA!!!!
Added by perry morales on November 3, 2010 at 4:11pm —
I was takling to a friend about Danica finding her comfort zone. My friend could not comprehend what was taking her so long. Instead of explaining to him the intricacies of racing, I took him for a ride at 100 mph through a double S turn. He got the message. Sometimes it takes a while for someone to learn how to crease the envelope. GO DANICA!!!!!
Added by perry morales on July 15, 2010 at 12:30pm —
Just wanted to drop a line, keep up the good work Danica, no DNF and top ten finish. Someday someone will be able to find a good car and find the right balance so you can do what you do best. Continue
Added by perry morales on June 9, 2010 at 1:59pm —
HAPPY BIRTHDAY DANICA GOOD LUCK IN FLORIDA BELIEVE IT OR NOT I GET TO SEE YOU RACE ON FREE TV COMING FROM TYLER TEXAS HOPE YOU DO WELL. i Continue
Added by perry morales on March 26, 2010 at 1:50pm —
How is what he did any different than what other drivers have done in the past. Prevention is the only way to stop potentialy killing. Overly agressive driving any time (example: tapping the rear quarter panel also blocking which in my opinion is what happened to Danica.) should be punished. NASCAR car design is reminds me of NASA rocket scientist, it took a highschool student to figure out how to build a better engine.
Added by perry morales on March 8, 2010 at 12:23pm —