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June 23, 2010

Indy Car Race Attendees: Striving for Balance and Diversity

Filed under: The Disciple Blogs — Disciple of INDYCAR @ 12:02 pm

Based upon e-mail and responses to my blog topic yesterday I reviewed the text. It is easy to understand how a broad brush may have been used. Not everyone who attends Indy Car races is overweight with few teeth and mullet haircuts. Many are, but many are not.

That is GOOD. It means DIVERSITY. Racing is accessible to everyone.

This may be another broad brush, but there are a few more observations for the sake of balance. For every cellulite riddled hag waddling around race tracks there are an equally abundant number of smoking, curvaceous gals who probably ought to be models, not to mention lots of oddly hot ‘plain janes’ in the mix. To be honest it is difficult to attend a race without leaving, well, horny. That is probably the way it should be. Motor racing stirs the senses in numerous primal ways, and summertime outdoor sports encourage the best looking people to dress far more comfortably than is often socially acceptable.

Therefore, the best advice anyone could possibly give is to attend a race…ANY race…and soak it all in. Enjoy yourself. It is the most wonderful sport on earth.



  1. I’m just starting to wonder on where you’re finding these pictures.

    Editor’s Note: Not from family albums. 😉

    Comment by M. Miller — June 23, 2010 @ 12:18 pm | Reply

  2. You would not believe how many snapshots I’ve gotten of Linda Vaughn over the years–and she willingly posed for me! Anyway, a question for Defender, Speedgeek, or any other who cares to answer–do you see the return of turbocharged engines to IndyCar soon, and if so, why, if not, why not?
    Editor’s Note: I believe they will be back by 2012 when new engines arrive.

    Comment by DOUG — June 23, 2010 @ 6:47 pm | Reply

    • Turbo’s are back for 2012, based off the new engine specs it will be on either an inline 4 or a V6.

      Comment by dylanpt24 — June 24, 2010 @ 3:02 am | Reply

  3. As I mature I no longer make fun of race fans who attend the same races I do! All race fans are good people. A common interest thing.

    Comment by Race Fan — June 23, 2010 @ 8:00 pm | Reply

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