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Thanks to my low-budget volunteer pit crew in British F3: Tami,
Jeremy, Vince, Andy, Gene, Dave and everyone else who pitched in when
needed. (I'm sorry, Dave, for flipping out over that suspension failure at
Snett--I was cranky from racing with a migraine headache from a dislocated
vertebra. Those g-forces were a pain in the neck with onset of Gulf War Disease. >;( It was the
beginning of a common military-related disability from exposure to
jet-engine exhaust and nuclear radiation, a Gulf War Syndrome, then moving
to the most polluted city in the USA, NOxVille, Tennessee
and selling cars (most fun I've ever had in a job). Thanks to racing
schools: Jim Russel British School of Motor Racing (USA and UK),
Silverstone Racing School (aka John Watson Performance Driving Centre),
Brands Hatch Racing School, Madgewick Motorsport coaching at Goodwood,
Cadwell Park Racing School, Castle Combe Racing School, Doug Wood Racing,
Miki Dee Racing, Steve Llewellyn Motorsport Spares and Accessories, Mike
Fairholme Designs, Finish Line Racing School. Special thanks to Alfred Dittberner Motorsport of
Sweden, and Geoff
Ward, coauthor of Snetterton Falcons, for his help with
microfilm research and for supplying the crew photo and contrail photo.
Thanks to AUTOSPORT and AX-POW magazines for publishing earlier
versions of this article. Watch this space for future eulogy of Marcel
Albers, RIP Thruxton Circuit, 1992.
Author's publicity stunt for charity to promote a free booklet by the British government, as published in AUTOSPORT magazine (1992) and in four-page centerfold spread in Italy's AUTOSPRINT magazine (1992). Photo by RAF Upper Heyford Public Affairs Office and special thanks to RAF Upper Heyford Fire Department. Unfortunately, motorsport bumps off its fan-base and maintains its "killer" image by sucking Big Tobacco's *#&! My grandmother died at age 32 from tobacco-cancer. My wife had four heart attacks at age 32 after a single toke on a cigarette (though that was mainly due to contagious Gulf War Disease from poisoned "vaccinations", that genocided over 30,000 Americans and disabled another 200,000, so far). In 2001, my family of lawyers won $8-million for helping recover hospital expenses for terminally ill smokers, lowering taxes slightly for nonsmokers. In America, tobacco kills 50,000 innocent nonsmokers and 400,000 "guilty" smokers every year, with 90% of addicts addicted before age 18 as result of billions of dollars bribed to news media (and motorsports) for brainwashing and propaganda (so-called "advertising" and "news"). Tobacco is now 1,000 times more addictive with corporate "free-basing", just like Crack—No Bull.
My racing career in England was sidetracked by my unintentional involvement in USAF's part of Iran-Contra conspiracy to sell of NATO weapons to Iran and Iraq during their war killing 400,000 of their own citizens. This resulted in the firing of USAF Chief of Staff General Mike Dugan during his lead of Desert Storm and his bombing of Iraq. The individual who fired Dugan, Bush Sr.'s Secretary of War Dick Cheney, then offered us a job at the Pentagon, which we declined. By selling off NATO's conventional weapons, USAF nukes in England were targeted at our allies and our troops in Western Europe, in case of tank-invasion by Warsaw Pact.
As for my motorsporting career in USA, I participated in formation of a Can-Am team, Knoxville's Group-10 Racing with TH Engineering, complete with 10 wealthy investors. However, when my co-driver lost a leg after getting speared with 70-feet of "guardrail" in a highway crash, sponsors and investors freaked out. Bo Coleman and Group-10 didn't give up, making a comeback at Road Atlanta 12 months later in Bo's Mazda RX-7, converted to hand-controls. His potential sponsor, Exide Batteries (manufacturer of wheelchair batteries), bailed out since it didn't want to be associated with a driver in a wheelchair (even if he did snow-ski, water-ski and drive a race car). My potential sponsor, ICN Pharmaceuticals, headed by former president of Checkoslovakia, Milan Panic, suffered a hostile takeover attempt, deep-6ing my family's attempt to sit on its board of directors. That's racing.
Then I got tripped up by deadly Gulf War Disease (and a "2nd Injury Fund" Workers Compensation illness from working outdoors selling cars in NOxVille, Tennessee) and faced down a drug-dealing hit man employed by the US Drug Enforcement Administration and sued the government for racketeering and orgainized crime in conspiracy with the Sicilian Mafia's world-wide cartels HQed in NOxVille, but that's another website. As for salvaging a racin' career, I partake of driver development and chassis engineering for a local stock-car team and take college classes in mechanical engineering, journalism, law and computer science, winning the Tennessee Collegiate Website Design Contest in Y2K. Oh yeah, and I'm working to overthrow the fascist speed limit oppressing USA—check out American Autobahn. For serious fun I ride the Dragon on 2 wheels. 70MPG has never been so much fun.
What doesn't kill you can make you stronger - and make you mad as a hornet in hell.
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