I did not get to see the Oscars this year, but I enjoyed looking at the fashion photos. Looking forward to checking out some of the movies when available on DVD or streaming.
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — Finally, nothing out of the ordinary happened.
In a Daytona 500 that featured the first postponement in its history, a ball of fire from a race car vs. jet dryer collision under caution and a surfeit of wild action in the closing laps, Matt Kenseth won his second Daytona 500 when the tandem of Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Greg Biffle couldn’t catch the race winner in a green-white-checkered finish…
Well this was one of the craziest Daytona 500 races ever. I work Sunday and would have not seen the race without the rain delay. I was rooting for Danica to have better day, but that’s auto racing. Joe Gibbs Racing finished strong and although Denny Hamlin led a number of laps, he was unable to get it done in the end, but I felt he ran a good race. I’m expecting Joe Gibbs Racing to have a good year.
Danica Patrick, America’s auto racing sweetheart, warned a National Press Club luncheon audience Feb. 21 not to “set expectations too high” as she prepares for her first appearance in the Daytona 500 stock car race Feb. 26 and debut in NASCAR’s top-level Sprint Cup series.
Patrick, the 5 ft., 2 in., 100 lb., driver, who parlayed her record as the most successful woman in the open-wheel IndyCar circuit into fame as a model and corporate spokeswoman, made clear that she is out to win….
URL for the complete article: http://press.org/news-multimedia/news/many-can-win-danick-patrick-promises-her-%E2%80%98best%E2%80%99-daytona-500-debut
I’ll be rooting for Danica on Sunday. I’m hoping to see her finish 10 or better. Also check out the IndyStar.com article below.
Danica Patrick still dreams of winning Indy 500
WASHINGTON — Danica Patrick may be racing fulltime for NASCAR these days, but she still dreams about winning the Indianapolis 500…
I stumbled across this photo of Space Shuttle Atlantis. In my opinion it was a mistake to end the shuttle program before the next vehicle was ready to go, but what do I know This is a beautiful site never to be seen again.