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mportedcivicsi

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An event to Maybe look for is the pagoda hill climb in reading, pa. A lot of people come out for it and the turns are pretty wicked
Thanks! I'll pass it to some people I know that are going to start looking into them. This is my last season though. Nov at VIR Grand and Full should be my last event and then the car will start coming apart.
 

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Thanks! I'll pass it to some people I know that are going to start looking into them. This is my last season though. Nov at VIR Grand and Full should be my last event and then the car will start coming apart.
I believe we have all heard this before once or twice. I don’t blame you though, I’ve been out of vehicles and more into other hobbies lately


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I believe we have all heard this before once or twice. I don’t blame you though, I’ve been out of vehicles and more into other hobbies lately
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It has been said for sure. Going back to posts when my daughter was born, I did give myself a couple years, which ended up being three due to issues and then pulling the car apart again. But I've long lost the enjoyment of working on it. Time at the track is spent wishing I were at home with my family. Time at home is spent with the family and not the car. So it's just time. Unless something major happens to change this direction, it's the direction I've been heading all season.
 

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It has been said for sure. Going back to posts when my daughter was born, I did give myself a couple years, which ended up being three due to issues and then pulling the car apart again. But I've long lost the enjoyment of working on it. Time at the track is spent wishing I were at home with my family. Time at home is spent with the family and not the car. So it's just time. Unless something major happens to change this direction, it's the direction I've been heading all season.
I totally understand what you are saying. I got into the same boat and usually before I even got to an event I already wanted to go home. Hell I woke up looking forward to coming back home


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It has been said for sure. Going back to posts when my daughter was born, I did give myself a couple years, which ended up being three due to issues and then pulling the car apart again. But I've long lost the enjoyment of working on it. Time at the track is spent wishing I were at home with my family. Time at home is spent with the family and not the car. So it's just time. Unless something major happens to change this direction, it's the direction I've been heading all season.
I totally understand what you are saying. I got into the same boat and usually before I even got to an event I already wanted to go home. Hell I woke up looking forward to coming back home


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I totally understand what you are saying. I got into the same boat and usually before I even got to an event I already wanted to go home. Hell I woke up looking forward to coming back home
Yeah, I spend the prep time at home questioning my decisions on even going. It has been a little better as my daughter likes to ride up onto the trailer in the Si with the harnesses "on." She cannot really ride in it otherwise with her age, but I'm going to try and get her down our street when its back on the ground from the oil change and post Hill Climb inspection.

My good problem to have is that my wife is so supportive. She actually thinks I'm stupid for heading this way. So I do not take that support for granted.
 



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