Here is the raw video of my runs from Nationals. One thing I noted while watching it is how much the car was understeering...I definitely should have loosened it up more. Oh well, live and learn.
Here's Day 1 on the West Course and a breakdown of the runs.
Run 1: 61.656 including on the back stretch the rear end stepping out on my, recovering, realizing I needed to shift to 3rd, by the time I got around to it...too late, downshift to 4th on accident, then downshift back to 2nd. Argh.
Run 2: 61.886 while driving like a really scared timid wuss.
Run 3: 61.536 trying to push a little harder in spots, going in faster but turning in later and being late on stuff.
So no improvement after first run on Day 2, and effectively no improvement on Day 1 from my first run...which should have been at least a half second faster if not for that shifting screwup. Next year.
I was 10 in and 15 to go when i left the tax commission (with a defined benefit pension plan). I still think it was a good call; it would suck to have worked 14 more in a sucky job & to have croaked before getting to retire.
my old boss, the guy that hired me, came in my office today pissed off, I guess he just found out that I was leaving (which is really weird because Ive had conversations with him about it) Ive been here nearly 7 years back when it was just a "mom and pop shop"... I wrote the book on my job and a couple of others
Icey, maybe you should get the guy who hired you into this groovy job a coffee cup with your pic on it or something. After you give it to him, blame the move on your wife; if he is married, he will understand.
Ugh long day. Selling a house sucks. I go to work all day then can't even come home because someone wants to see the house.
We've had 5 ppl interested. I have a pretty good feeling one will be giving an offer any day now cuz they called for the disclosures and what not. Keep your fingers crossed for me. I need to move ASAP. I need my ride to work to be 20 min less.