Happy Day O’ Racing! It is one half over. Congratulations to Dario Franchitti on his 2nd Indy 500 win. That win makes Chip Ganassi the first car owner to win both the Daytona 500 and Indy 500 in the same year. Is this a sign for tonight’s Coke 600? It would be kind of cool, but sorry Chip, I’m pulling for the #14. I am looking forward to watching the race. Yes, I am allowing someone outside the immediate family to be part of my Day O’ Racing, but sometimes it’s all about the sacrifices we make in life. Speaking of sacrifices, mine pales in comparision to those who have made the ultimate sacrifice. I want to say “THANK YOU” to those men and women who made that sacrifice so I could enjoy today. I also want to say “THANK YOU” to the men and women whether you have already served or currently serving.
Stay tuned for the second part of Day O’ Racing….
Congratulations to Kurt Busch! This the second week in a row the #2 team has seen Victory Lane. I was hoping Jamie would get the win for Ganassi, but that darned yellow came again. I have to say I didn’t watch much of the Coke 600. We had some friends over for a cookout. We rocked it out on some Rock Band, watched a little Star Wars, and had some cake and ice cream sundaes. Some times you just have to stop and enjoy those types of moments. Oh no…you spin me round and round…loving that tune there Jimmie? I love the fact that Jeff Burton got in Kyle’s face and put him in his place. You know you have done something wrong when Jeff Burton is in your face. Maybe some of the other veteran’s need to get in his face. Was it a racing deal? More than likely, but Kyle pushes the issue too much sometimes and well, there you go. Jeff was respectful when being interviewed. He doesn’t mind Kyle being aggressive, but when it affects him, he isn’t going to stand for it.
Well, it has definitely been a fun Day O’ Racing. I hope everyone else had a great day as well. On a personal note, I have to say it always brings tears to my eyes when the fallen are honored…the 21-gun salute and then Taps. I may not have had a family member die in the service for his country, but I awe of those who make the ultimate sacrifice. I try to live my life the best I can so their sacrifice is not in vain.