Cup Of Tea Pt. 2
I get involved in romantic end of things.1 My wife told me that I always see the bright lights, but I never looked in the corners and see the dirt. And now I understand myself, and so I’ve sort of checked things out better, but racing cars is — it’s a lot of pressure in the driving, in the actual races. And it was just something that I — it wasn’t suited for me. I mean I did well with it and everything else, but we just — I don’t know, this was not my cup of tea. I did well, I won some races and things, but I didn’t pursue it, and then I wound up getting that — I had that tattoo and I had the tattoo static in my mind, and wanted to be a tattoo artist. And so I concentrated more effort on that than the racing, and then sold out of the racing end of it.