Audifan rescue needed
ekellock at gmail.com
Mon Aug 16 12:56:16 EDT 2004
I have to admit, I watch Nascar. But it's only because I'm in a pool
at my favorite bar. I don't own any geetch, I don't have a favorite
driver, and I don't swear at the TV when Stewart knocks someone else
into the wall. It's motorsports after all and I can appreciate it for
that, though it's far less genuine or real in many people's minds.
It's still guys driving cars fast. The technical aspects are still of
interest to me. I also believe it's become more about marketing that
motorsports. Besides it's fun to watch the true believers have a
meltdown when stuff happens.
On Sat, 14 Aug 2004 19:45:17 -0700, Mark J. Besso <quattro at audisport.com> wrote:
> Listen to Brett - Don't do it Bob, it's not worth it......don't be taken in
> by the marketing vortex that is NASCAR.
> I want you to comb your local cable TV listings for anything that includes
> the words "Formula 1" and sit down to watch it immediately!!! (I believe the
> Grand Prix of Hungary is on this weekend)
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Brett Dikeman"
> Subject: Audifan rescue needed
> > Calling all members of the Audifan rescue league-I just received an
> > email from Bob D'Amato; here is an excerpt.
> > At 9:36 PM -0400 8/14/04, Bob D wrote:
> > > Plus working on the camaro etc as fast as I can.
> > Someone, anyone- please, we need a rescue.
> > Standard treatment- park about 6 old Audis in the driveway, change
> > their t-belts and whatnot; the more disassembly the better. Put some
> > Maine forest rally footage on the TV, and if that stays down, try a
> > little LeMans highlights. Follow with a gradual introduction to
> > odd-number-of-cylinders engine noises and Pikes Peak posters into the
> > habitat. If subject shows any signs of needing to watch NASCAR
> > including such comments as "Did you see Dale Jr's crash?", rush to
> > the ER immediately! (so on second thought, don't disassemble all of
> > the 6 old audis in the driveway, leave one of them free just in case).
> > I recognized the first danger sign when he spent July 4th weekend
> > with the family instead of at Lime Rock watching ALMS- but man, I had
> > no idea it was this bad. I should have spoken up sooner...
> > "Don't do it Bob!" ;-)
> > Brett
> > --
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