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The Need For Speed Never Dies
By Cheryl Baugh

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The Need For Speed Never Dies
By Cheryl Baugh

Just because you don’t race doesn’t mean you can’t go to the races…….I MEAN RACES!!!!

The Muellers and Bill and I went to the Indy races in Portland.  The Indy races have been gone from Oregon for many years and are back!  What an exciting race and great seats!  We sat by the chicane with lots of action.

Then we (Muellers and us) went to F1 at Circuit of The Americas  . . . what  a huge place and out in the middle of nowhere!  Austin, as the city goes, was awesome.  It was such a fun place and had great food.  Latin dancing anyone?

We had two chauffeur’s (Lorin drove and Jenn was our GPS guide).  Bonnie and I sat in the back of the van and picked on Jim and Bill in front of us.  Lots of giggles!!!

So exciting to be at the racetrack.  Weather was not our friend.  Rain!!!  On the first day of practice it poured and we got on TV in our DUCK rain ponchos.  Saturday it was windy and COLD….Jenn and I got to track early (8:00am) to get autographs of our favorite drivers…so fun for we got up in the front!!  The drivers are SHORT!!!  Jenn got her Riccardo and I got my Hamilton signature.  With Jenn’s help I got several more.  Then the rest of our gang came later for us to watch qualifying.  The day of the race we got sunburned.   GO FIGURE!   Rain, wind and then sunshine, sounds like Oregon.   The track was not prepared for rain though.  It was muddy and then they finally put sawdust down after the rain ….. duhhhh
 
All in all I would recommend you to go to the Formula One race here in the USA.  There is such a high energy level there and lots to see and do.  Bill and I would recommend going to any of the F1 races.   We have been fortunate to go to Monza and Montreal F1 races.  You really learn more of the car mechanics and how the flow of the race goes by being there in person.

Cheryl Baugh (an old racer)

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