Welcome to the Desert of IndyCar Nothingness — where time stands still, and Homestead lingers over the horizon like an unreachable, magical oasis that doesn’t actually exist. Embrace the senility & wander with me, won’t you? It’s great fun. [does jumping jacks ... breaks down sobbing/laughing hysterically] If that doesn’t suit your fancy, just submit your [...]
Archive for September, 2009
When Danica first feigned interest in NASCAR, the Discussion Began. Of course, it was a spirited discussion about horrendous Hollywood acting performances … but it began nonetheless. As did The Protest. When she visited Tony Stewart’s backwoods operation, the Discussion Continued. Of course, it was a lively discussion about which song (and dance) was awful enough [...]
Welcome to the Inbox of Opportunity, where the only dumb question is the question about some overly technical racing point that requires a mechanical engineering degree from MIT to comprehend. Welcome to freedom. It’s the Mailbag for the Masses, if you will. And it’s long overdue. Or possibly an awful idea. We’ll let history decide. Let [...]
Give the Pagoda Your Tired, Poor and Huddled Masses Yearning to Get Their IndyCar Questions Published
Have a quasi-IndyCar-related question, do you? A really good one that should be shared with the public? But that elitist nobleman Robin Miller keeps snubbing you??? And the uppity Curt Cavin considers it lowbrow & in poor taste — and then quickly ships your family off to The Gulag??? THOSE BASTARDS!!! HOW DARE THEY?!?!? Well fortunately for you, the Silent [...]
Dallas Clark just **YAAAAAAAAAAAAAWN** caught another seam-route pass. This time for 48 yards. Silly Dolphins. (I’m sorry, what’s that you say? This is unrelated to IndyCar and nobody is interested in it? Hmmmm. Maybe you’re right, my good man. Maybe … you … are … right. Curt Cavin certainly thinks so.)
IndyCar would be wise to emulate Ryan Briscoe — who made a cataclysmic gaffe that may ultimately ruin his season … and then quickly manned up & took ownership of it. Because admitting to the mistake is the first step toward learning from it.
Cue “Beast of Burden.” All systems are go.