:lol:Ah well. I live in a town where motorsports can be quite big. The Chaparral race cars were built here. My various friends have made the exotic car mistake, light airplane mistake, jet airplane mistake, cattle ranch mistake, race horse mistake, houses around the world mistake, 5th or 6th wife mistake, this after nearly all of us made the oil well mistake. I decided to take one for the team and make the sailboat mistake so none of my friends would feel obligated.
If you ever happen to find yourself in New England in the summer, buzz me up, I'd love to give you a ride on my 2nd favorite mistake. B)
Thanks mate, I will make sure I take you up on that, I would love to go for a ride on your gorgeous girl one day (boat that is), cheers!
It surprised me how much cheaper motorsports have become. a complete injected/blown big block costs less than the price of a new sail wardrobe :blink: . The good thing is the data and telemetry is remarkably the same so I'm knee deep in spreadsheets and numbers which I enjoy immensely, no difference to a race or passage prep. It does feel weird not shopping for shiny bits though. I still wander through chandleries staring at shiny bits.....
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