Lanny Lowman posted:
Great story. I promise to give it my best, and if I can remember to do all of the things that you remind me to do as we were coming down the road, I hope to be "Close" with my time. Racing alone in my first time out in the 150 a few years ago, I was 9 seconds off from a perfect time. I remember Dale Foust telling me later that day at the awards banquet that if I am going to keep racing that I better "Tighten Up My Times a Little". What an inspiration Dale has been and a special "Thank You" to Ken Rees and others who have helped us along the way. Berry, I hope you drive safely and win or at least get on the podium, of whatever class that you decide to enter and that you be safe coming down the roads we race on :-)
It's going to be a trick trying to get my foot to match what yours can do, but I'll give it my best! No matter what the stopwatch says, this is going to be one heckuva fun & memorable race!