Safer on the racetrack open trackback weekend
Published Fri, Mar 23 2007 12:26 AM
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I've been forgetful at times. I think most of us probably have. But how can you forget your car when you get off the ferry?
I guess it's true what Rush says. Some cars really do have minds of their own. How else to explain this headline... Car veers of road in Bellevue, killing driver? Apparently while the 24 year old man was driving, his car decided to veer off the road and kill him.
A 26 year old woman must have been really thirsty Saturday morning, when she drove her car into a tavern. Calls to the business were not answered Saturday.
Another woman's car must have been framed on Friday. She was just trying to park at a grocery store, but her car went though the frame shop's wall.
The smell should have tipped him off. Jason Scott Collins was facing a sentence for possession of a stolen car. His sentence was supposed to begin in April. On Wednesday, he was caught stealing a "bait car".
A woman from Kelso let her boyfriend's 12-year-old son drive her car on February 26th. Now she's facing first degree manslaughter charges because he lost control of the car causing a fatal accident. Fatal to the 12-year-old.
I'm telling you. It's safer on the racetrack than on the highways these days.
If you agree, why don't you consider buying this beautiful 1979 Corvette. It runs the quarter mile in just under 11 3/4 seconds, crossing the finish line at around 114mph, from a standing start. It runs straight as an arrow, and I've never yet had an accident racing it... Leave me a note in the comments, or send me email at this address: perri @ perrinelson dot com.
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