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I finally have time to write things and tell you what I’ve been up to lately. As I said in my last post my day job took over my life in the past month because we were busy launching a major website redesign project for our client. That client is Audi USA. I spent the last 11 months of my life on that project and it’s finally here so check it out. It really is a major step forward for automotive websites and websites in general.
But on to racing…
So Tony Stewart won at Dover last weekend and that was super cool! It’s really funny to me how someone can be “down and out” one second and then just like that they’re back on top of the world. One win can change everything.
I missed the Indy 500 and the Coca-Cola 600 because I was at work, but I watched both races. Well, I should say that I fast-forwarded through them, but I got the gist. I was really happy for Tony Kanaan, even though he won under a caution. They really need to do something about that. Last year’s Indy 500 ended under a caution too and it’s totally not satisfying.
One of my awesome ‘Fabulous’ readers, Sumer, went to the Coca-Cola 600 and took a bunch of great photos. You can check them out in the gallery above, along with others I grabbed from various places. Sumer also happened to be out on Lake Norman after the race and spotted Danica Patrick and Ricky Stenhouse Jr. together on a friends boat. Those photos are in the gallery, too. Thanks so much for sharing, Sumer!