CRYSTALLIZING “MIND OVER MATTER”

This is the exit of the main bank coming down hard onto the infield. Wall Speedway is tough on the drive-train. 

I surmised that coming off the 30 degree bank on to the base would be the best way to test the KW suspension setup and capabilities. I definitely felt its potential!

The bank portion was right on the money and the Full Tilt Poker Mazda RX8 felt powerful!

Lots of tire smoke and massive angle is the way to go! Got to get those points!

 

Even in the midst of disappointment, the fans in New Jersey are so supportive! They were so encouraging and optimistic. I cherish every word of kindness from them. Thanks y’all!

 

In spite of the obvious disappointment, overall, it was a wonderful weekend. I learned a lot about myself and my team helped in the process. My life’s mantra is “Mind Over Matter” and, during the weekend, I learned to convert it into action on a higher level. I’m so blessed and I thank God every day. 

On a different note, I’m already excited about the next event at Evergreen Speedway, my favorite track! I actually want to get back into the RX8 and imagine the course and practice!

Thank you for taking the time to read me. Please feel free to drop by if you’re in the neighborhood!

TO MY FANS: Thank you for your incessant support and love. Together we’ll make it happen. No worries~

* More pictures and details are posted on http://speedhunters.com/archive/2010/06/16/driver-blog-joon-maeng-gt-gt-crystallizing-mind-over-matter.aspx


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