As most of you can see it’s been a while since the last update on here. Once again, I am fired from writing blogs! I never once said I was a writer. There comes a time in everyones life when you sit there and you question what you’re doing. No matter how confidant you are in the world, you still can’t sit there and say you never question things. I myself am a very confidant person and most that know me remember me for my confidence. I have never been one to second guess anything. I have always said you can’t live your life being guarded wishing you had done something when you only live once. But, over the last month I found myself doing something I never do. I questioned what the hell I was doing. In that moment I was so frustrated I was ready to say fuck it! I was all amped up ready to post my beloved CTR up for sale and move on. I thought about everything, weighed all the odds in my life. Is it worth all the bullshit? Is it worth all the time and effort? A good friend told me to just leave it alone. lock the garage, ignore the car and pretend it isn’t there, and see how I feel. So, I did. With in a few days I was lost. I felt like this huge piece of me was ripped from my body. I was useless! So, last weekend I opened up the garage, grabbed my gas can and headed for the gas station. I grabbed me some 111, filled the car up and went for a ride. A long ride at that. I took a drive up to the track in Fontana, Calispeedway or whatever the hell they call that track these days for the Super Street FF battle. During the long bumpy ride up there I made peace with my beloved CTR. Never would I question her and everything that comes with it again. These few hours took me away from reality and made me really get a grip on things.
I spent about 2 hours up there at the track watching the dyno sessions for the FF battle, and saw some of the homies I haven’t seen in a while. It was great to get away from the real world for a bit.
I was cameraless that day, but lucklyfor my friend Mike G, he was nice enough to share his pics he took that day.