So we’re to take your word on it blowhard? I don’t have to qualify my credentials because I live it. Until you have actually driven in door to door racing competition, all your time of evasive driving techniques are just parking lot wars. I stand on my assertions from years of experience not borne of situational orchestration.
It wasn’t good enough for you that I said what she did was wrong but I can also attest both have had their posteriors lightened in the Oval Office (the one on wheels and not in DC). Whatever problem you have with her is yours alone. I gained respect for her abilities while watching several Indy drivers on practice runs at Homestead making 32 second laps with wheels inside each other and NOBODY flinching.
So take your “professional” evasive position and enjoy it, because nobody else is interested or intimidated enough to give you the credibility you so desire.
You seem angry...
BTW, I don't know who "we're" are, as I was talking you, no one else.
You're the one who brought up the "Professional" comment which I responded to. BTW it don't matter if ya believe that part of my history or not. As you're mistaking me for someone who cares what you think.
Whatever problem you have with her is yours alone.
Bull cheet. I told you what the problem was and many others here and elsewhere thought slamming into another driver after the race was *over* was something you'd expect at from some drunk at a demolition derby.
The race was over, and the b*tch intentionally rear ended another driver, going off like some spoiled broad who just maxed her credit cards out.
Sorry your race driver hero made herself look like a scorned 17 year old teenager throwing a major tantrum. And you bring up the term "Professional"?
What a knee slapper.