: I'll be watching it, thought in the US it changed networks (NBC Sports Network from Speed Channel, though that benefits me, too.). But my main attention will be on the 12 Hours of Sebring this weekend. I posted more below, but Audi did shatter their own Official track record at Sebring today by the best part of 2 whole seconds, and that was a time set with the much more powerful Audi R10 back in 2007.Jennifer
: Nice to see you back here Everyone
: I got paid today, and I would've had an excellent (if busy) day at work if not for a lot of back pain that I got today. So, again, it was off to bed for a while after I got home. But other than that, it was a great day.
Today must be the day to break some records in motorsport. Kyle Busch broke the NASCAR Cup qualifying record for Bristol, but, more importantly to me, both Audi R18's broke the qualifying record at Sebring, and will start 1-2 as a result:http://audi-motorsport-blog.blogspot.co ... attro.html
And here's a video of qualifying, including the pole lap at about 7:20 into the video:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y05IsJYCJCY
As I told some friends at work, if I can survive this weekend in good spirits, I'll be great come Monday.
And for those of you who have been putting off watching BD2, well, you're not alone, though that's a case of force majure in my case. I don't even have it yet, because I've had trouble affording it! Yeah, I got a check for almost $200 today out of my pay check, but some of that will go to (hopefully next week) taking my brother out to Golden Corral after work.
And the weather sucks (this is March, not last month!), but at least we don't have to burn the wood stove tonight and I don't have to bring in a lot of wood, so that's a plus for sure.
As I posted last night, because of Sebring, I won't be online much tomorrow, but I'll try and make up for it Sunday
I'll be back later