Where are you living now?I'd love to go, but this year is just not in the cards for me, unfortunately. Is Barcelona an annual event for you? I'm still kind of bummed that I never made it down to Spa or Zandvoort while living in the Netherlands. I didn't anticipate moving so unexpectedly, however. What's funny, is that Zandvoort, Spa-Francorchamps, Nürburgring/Eifel, and Paul Ricard were all closer to me than Barcelona is now!
I'm landing in Madrid around the 28th. What are the cigar rules like there?I'm just outside of Cádiz, all the way on the southern coast. I'm about 30 minutes from Jerez, and the MotoGP race was in town about two weeks ago. I'm already talking with someone about hopefully going next year. Later this month we are going up to Madrid and checking out the Formula 1 exhibit that has Grosjean's incinerated Haas.
I'm hit or miss on IMSA. I generally don't watch it live but will listen to the recordings while I'm doing other things. I haven't seen the Laguna race yet, so I'll have to be sure to watch it. The endurance aspect fascinates me.Are you still into IMSA, Rob? I've really been getting into it a lot more, and Laguna was some great racing, as always. I've also been a big fan of the MX-5 Cup for many years, and that second race was wild, between the weather/visibility and that wreck. Glad everyone was ok with that one!
I know many people smoke cigarettes in restaurants with outside seating. Remember seeing a few smoke cigars. I definitely recommend checking out the shops for Cubans. The best shops have websites with pics of humidors to get an idea of stock variety
Thank you for the advice.I know many people smoke cigarettes in restaurants with outside seating. Remember seeing a few smoke cigars. I definitely recommend checking out the shops for Cubans. The best shops have websites with pics of humidors to get an idea of stock variety
Completely agree! I watch almost all of Peacock's coverage of practice and qualifying last week. The weather on qual day produced some outstanding drama, better than many races do.I think this was one of the most exciting Indianapolis 500 qualifying weekends I can remember in a long, long time. Even if the race is a snoozer, I'm already happy with May.
Completely agree! I watch almost all of Peacock's coverage of practice and qualifying last week. The weather on qual day produced some outstanding drama, better than many races do.
I feel bad for Graham. I'm not sure why the last chance qualifying had a different format than the fast 12 and fast 6. Being a son of Ohio, I have followed Bobby and Graham closely for years. When I was in college, they shopped at the grocery store where I worked. Graham's composure on bump day and his response to questions about buying someone else's seat were those of a true sportsman. I know he's been frustrated with his performance over the past couple of years, but I hope this isn't the straw that make him hang up his fire suit.
I watched yesterday's practice and my heart sank when Kat hit the wall. As if RLL didn't have enough drama this month. I hope they surmount the challenges.
It's great to see the #14 car competitive again! I'd love to see TK win another one too. And Helio. Too bad there can only be one winner! I don't root for any particular driver; I mostly root for the sport.
I'm very much looking forward to Carb Day and the 500! More so this year than I have been for many years.