By naterisch
12/17/2016
As I’ve mentioned repeatedly over the past several columns, for the last two months I was in Denver on a geophysical survey (I just got back last Thursday). I did get home for Thanksgiving, however, and was able to deal with snow tires, which made Maire Anne happy.
By naterisch
12/11/2016
Lately I have been getting lots of questions, people asking what my racing plans are for next season. I would absolutely love to be able to say that I am racing a full season in the IMSA WeatherTech Sportscar Championship GTD class. Unfortunately, it is so much more complicated than just being able to decide to drive wherever I want.
By naterisch
12/11/2016
First, let me say that I’m floored by all of the responses I received to my Vixen series. Although some folks were cheering me on to buy the hobbled beast, most expressed relief—as, honestly, did I—that I passed on the project. Janet Barnes, my editor at Bentley Publishers, said, “I was very relieved to learn that, so far, reason has won out in your flirtation with the Vixen,” a line so good that I kick myself for not having thought of it.
By naterisch
12/04/2016
Passion is something that cannot be bought, nor is it something that can easily taught. Passion for something, whether it be a hobby, work, or a cause, can be summed up by a simple equation: when the time invested is easily outweighed by the results or enjoyment one takes from what they do. 
By naterisch
12/04/2016
Last week, I described driving from Denver—where I’m nearly through with a two-month geophysical survey—to Santa Fe in order to look at a BMW turbodiesel-powered Vixen 21TD RV being sold by somebody called Naza. The Craigslist ad showed a low $4,900 asking price, but the description literally consisted of the two words: “It’s trashed.”

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