It’s a fictionalized account of two drivers in 1972, one of whom is a rookie lady racer trying to prove herself and the other of whom is a very successful driver who is using Le Mans as his comeback race post-injury.
I literally just spent a forty-minute drive last night bitching to my husband about how much I miss that weekend! It was one of the better deals in racing money-wise, and it was a hell of a good time. Find some shady spots to watch the IMSA race, then spend the WEC night race wandering from grandstand to grandstand…
We are a loud rambunctious bunch who are quite hard to miss. It'd be great to say hello!
They’re the most fascinating thing to happen to F1 all season.
If you see a group of folks called Camp Hooligan hanging out in the toe of the Boot, I’ll be there. Come say hi!
Thank you for sharing—I am so so so glad you've felt able to be more open about yourself as more people have shared their story. I'm incredibly stoked organizations like this are coming to fruition so more folks are able to feel welcome in motorsport.
You make a lot of really great points here. I agree that I don’t want them to sacrifice R&D for something half-baked that causes more of a safety issue than it solves. I’m about to run out the door for an eye appointment so I can’t give a much lengthier reply, but I will say this:
Howdy—I’d like to clarify the blog in response to a lot of the comments I’m getting!
It hit after I was through security and in the middle of a 5-hour delay. Delta wouldn’t let me swap flights without a doctor’s note lol, I covered my mouth with a bandana and bathed in overpriced hand sanitizer and hoped for the best
I think it’s slowly just becoming a human thing. Owning plants gives me the joy of raising a pet or a child but without the commitment of actually having to take care of a sentient being
I saw him at a tiny acoustic show inside a record store—where he proceeded to crowd surf over the audience of like maybe 75 people. It was so beautiful
Thank you! We're working on getting him his US residency so we can actually like......... live together
Thank you for reading and sharing your own experiences. California road trips are absolutely incredible.
Thank you for reading!
Thank you so much
Thank you for reading and for your very kind words!
I haven't driven the Yukon in like five years now and I still reach up for the column shifter when I get in my Mazda
Thank you for reading!
ouuuuuuuu baby that is beautiful
Head over to the boot and find the folks who call themselves Camp Hooligan. That's where I'll be