John Krewson
JohnKrewson
6/8/12
5:32 PM
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Working off the phone here, but I do happen to have a nice shot of Ray being an exceedingly good sport.

6/5/12
4:55 PM
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You know, Matt, I'm worried you aren't taking the time to really enjoy your new job the way you should.

6/4/12
6:20 PM
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It's not squirrelly if you set it up right—which is the whole trick. Even then, it's a precision tool. The one I had was set up by the factory guys to be forgiving, but I still had a bad day of it. I drove it on a slowly drying track, which is all the excuse I'll give myself. Mostly I had a hell of a time trying to Read more

6/4/12
12:01 PM
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Don't get me wrong: I loved it, and wrote it up for the site, but it is NOT Easy Mode. If you get one, be prepared to spend a good deal of time getting up to speed, as it were. Don't be surprised or discouraged if other people in lesser cars are faster than you at first. It's a learning curve.

6/1/12
4:44 PM
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Seriously, watching it fly in past my office window, knowing more than a million people will see it every year on the deck of the Intrepid... It made me proud to be American.

6/1/12
4:15 PM
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Seriously? Because I have only ever in my life and career driven one car that scared me, and it was the Ariel Atom. Be sure to set it up VERY carefully.

6/1/12
11:16 AM
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Please, I know exactly what this is, and I can smell cowardice through a brick wall. I think more highly of you people. A few disgusting photos of comatose Wes Siler's painfully compound-fractured forearm and you get all squeamish? Pah.

6/1/12
11:04 AM
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To hell with this. I ain't even gonna READ it. I expect better from you folks, really, I do. Damn.

5/8/12
3:34 PM
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He tried, but even He couldn't find any among all the usual people of Chicago.

4/9/12
11:55 AM
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That's okay, man. I have my doubts about the United States all the time.

3/20/12
4:21 PM
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I'm sorry, I missed the point where he dropped a small-block V8 into a Saab Sonnet.

3/1/12
3:33 PM
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Anyone who goes into teaching has my deep and profound respect.

2/29/12
12:37 PM
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Intellectuals like you are the shoeshine boys of the ruling elite.

2/27/12
3:49 PM
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Speaking of which, has anybody here read this novel (The Art Of Racing In The Rain, by Garth Stein)? It's supposed to be full of good stuff about Senna but it's also narrated by the dog, so I've been leery. Read more

2/24/12
5:40 PM
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Brooklyn, but I'm willing to put in the work to get to the good stretches. And you're right about Wells. You'd better be of a flexible and adaptable frame of mind if you take a wrong turn around them parts.