Mission accomplished…for today!  For life, God’s still working on me and others!

I turned a 2:12.215 at Buttonwillow Raceway Park (config #13 clockwise) this afternoon in less than ideal (read: hot) conditions.  My previous best was a 2:12.678 on a cool day.  The transponder I was using didn’t record any lap times for one really good session I had.  I may have gotten into the 2:11s, but none of the laps from that session were recorded.  Nevertheless, I’m still very satisfied with setting a new personal best!  I would have to say the greatest difference was the grip provided by the Bridestone Potenza RE-01R tires (P225/45R17) I was using (previous tires were Potenza S-03 Pole Position in P215/45R17).

Some of you out there may wonder how my interest/enthusiasm/passion for automobiles, mere worldy objects, may give God glory.  I believe the people in these circles such as my workplace, the local Subaru group I’ve lately been trying to hang out with on Wednesday nights, and track day people, are all people God can use me to be His light to and love.  They’re a great crowd and I just want to see them have the same awesome relationship with and life in the one and only Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.  These circles make up what I believe is my mission field for now.

Photo Gallery here: http://s79.photobucket.com/albums/j121/USCTrojan4JC/04-28-2007%20Buttonwillow%20Raceway%20Track%20Day/?start=all


About USCTrojan4JC

God Follower, husband, father, USC Trojan alumnus, Mazda employee

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  1. Anonymous says :

    that’s actually a good shot of you in action.

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