to some extent, we cant' define if racing can be good or bad, it's a subjective matter really.
so, in contrast to the last post, what are the ugly parts about it, mostly hidden and forgotten?
first and foremost, taking into account the constant risks you're exposed to, and the huge effort you have to put in, racing may seem like a crazy plan.
not to mention the lack of free time for other activities, because more often than not in the racing world, you're either practicing to win or competing to win.
meaning that if you want to be good, there is almost no time for anything else.
and there might be a moment when you have to work for free, or pay to have the chance to occupy a position in the grid with a working car.
so, if we put everything into perspective, to race means to take risks on and off the track. it takes a huge amount of discipline to balance out your personal and financial life with a career as a racer.
having said that, some of you are probably wondering that only a madman would choose such a way to live by.
for us the questionn is simple, there is nothing to choose from. we simply follow our dreams and fight for them, everything that happens until we get there is part of the process.
you're probably realizing just how colossal the meaning of racing is, besides hitting the gas pedal and driving cars on a track, doing countless laps around a circuit.
it's much more than repetition, because no corner is the same, no choice is equal, and no dream can be replicated in the racing world. so chase yours safely, patiently and with confidence, and someday you will get there.
life is a race.