Racing against 130+ cars on a technical course like Sears Point, in the rain. Now that's a weekend.
Alan took the first stint. The rain was light but traffic was heavy. Cars were going off left and right. There was barely 10 minutes of green flag racing during the first hour. Alan was tiptoeing around the course, being careful, staying out of trouble, and still slipping a sliding a bit. Then finally the track bit him, too, and in a very slow corner at that. Then our electrical problems began.
Steve! You are selling your kart! You don't have anymore toys! That means you won't be able to come out and play anymore! What are you going to do?
Anyway, here is your last day with your mistress of speed. She gives you a little grief for leaving her in the garage for two years, but comes through for you with a very nice final, and I mean final, run.
As if I'd win anything, even beat anyone. I was 15 seconds off the pace here, just like in the LeMons road races, except this was a 70 second course for me, as opposed to 2:30 road race courses. Oh, well. It was fun and the little car did great.