9 Days only 9 Days

In just 9 days I will be more than halfway to Atlanta for my Spectacular Racing Weekend.  One of the drivers I believe I will be seeing on Friday,  September 2 at the Reed Sorenson Charity Golf Classic is none other than the driver of the Number 9, Kasey Kahne.   Kasey was there last year to support his then teammate Reed and I understand he’ll be back this year.   He is every bit as cute in real life as he is on TV.  Luckily he didn’t drive by when I was driving a golf cart so I didn’t crash into anything like those ladies on the commercial. 

So here he is #9 Kasey Kahne

 

Be sure and check back tomorrow for my 100th post.  I’ll give you a clue I’ll have 8 days left on my countdown clock….

43 days to go

Until I’m in Atlanta for Race Weekend. 

Okay here’s a picture from the Reed Sorenson Charity Golf Tournament at Eagle’s Landing Country Club last year.  It was a beautiful day, the course was beautiful, the club was awesome.    It was an all round fabulous day.  Larry McReynolds , Kasey Kahne, Juan Pablo, Elliott Sadler, Kelly Bires and Rutledge Wood were some of the celebrities there.  It was the perfect way to start out an awesome weekend.  To top it off I got to spend some time with a friend I hadn’t seen since high school.   SO in honor of day 43 here’s me with the #43 car that was driven by Reed Sorenson in the fall race last year. 

Totally Hot, Totally Shirtless, NASCAR Edition

Okay if you’ve read my blog much at all, looked back a bit even, you know I am a NASCAR fan and darn if the men of National Association of Stock Car Racing aren’t hot.  So today (sorry it wasn’t yesterday).  I bring you the totally hot and totally shirtless men of Nascar:

Now driving the Number 88 Amp/National Guard Chevrolet for Hendrick Motorsports, the most popular driver in Nascar for many years now, Dale Earnhardt, Jr.     You know as good as life must

be for Dale Jr. it can’t be easy.  Just his name for example,  he never gets to be just Dale.  He’s Dale Jr., Junior or even worse as Darrell Waltrip says June Bug.   He was born having huge shoes to fill and no matter what he does he will always be compared to his father.  The expectations are very high.    What if there’s a Dale III?  Just imagine what it will be like for that kid.  Maybe it will take some pressure off of Dale Jr. 

Next,  I give you Carl Edwards.  You don’t have to know much about Nascar to know this is the guy who does back flips after a win, but did you know that this chest and six pack abs are being hidden under that firesuit? 

Come on ladies, all together now, OH MY.   Carl is an amazing athlete.   I heard that he’s biked between races before, in the middle of the summer.   Rethinking Nascar yet?   But wait I’m not through.

Four-Time (in a row) Champion Jimmie Johnson is nothing to sneeze at either:

Not bad huh?  He’s an amazing driver to boot.  Have to give props here to Chad Knaus (Jimmie’s crew chief for those of you who may not know) who I believe is the most brilliant man in all of Nascar and has much to do with the fact that Jimmie has won those 4 Championships.   Jimmie and his wife Chandra are expecting their first baby next month.   

Jimmie was featured on an HBO series 24/7 that followed him the week of the Daytona 500 he has a grueling schedule that includes much time working out, as you can see. 

 Ever wonder why those ladies in the Insurance commercial kept running into things?  Perhaps they knew what Kasey looked like with his shirt off.    Here’s Kasey Kahne driver of the #9 Budweiser Ford is starting on the Pole (first for those of you non-fans) on Father’s Day today.    Kasey who turned 30 this year has been racing since he was 14.    I got to meet Kasey last year at the Reed Sorenson Charity Golf Tournament in Atlanta, not only is he totally hot, he give back to the communities that support him 

Last but certainly not least is my favorite Driver, Reed Sorenson. 

Reed as you know is from my home state, The Great State of Georgia.   Reed is currently driving part time for Braun Motorsports in both the Nationwide and Sprint Cup Series.    Reed is currently #16 in the Nationwide series despite the fact he’s only driven in 10 out of the 15 races.   Not a statistic to take lightly.  Way to go Reed.  Hope to see you back full time next year. 

There you have them ladies, the Totally Hot, Totally Shirtless Men of Nascar.

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