It’s cool to keep up with these sharks, but don’t forget where you came from and where you’re going.
“I only had a couple jobs in my life, but not too many thought I was grown. It’s long money I earn, I’m bald headed, but I used to have a lord Jesus perm. When my name was
Earl before the rap game, runnin’ from secret squirrel, I had my own thang. I was raised by wolves, hyenas, and barracudas, gorillas, and bulls.” Ok, had to quote E-40 on that one, but I can relate to that 1000%.
I never considered myself a racer of any sort nor a professional racecar driver, I consider myself a wheelman. I never considered myself a mechanic, only a tuner, some may call that a gearhead.
I feel that’s the fine line that separates me from others. And it’s the same ingredients that makes you different from everyone else. Strive to be different, always remember where you came from. Some people’s goals, when it comes to cars, is to hit a good lap time on specific race track or something. Yo, that’s cool, more power to ya, but not everyone has that type of goal. I have zero interest in professionally racing on a road course. If it happens, it happens, but I enjoy my car on the street over anything. Some people already made their points on their “build” and for them it’s all about maintaining now. While others get caught up on “hypes” and think they “made it.” My car is a #lifebuild and that’s it. I am that medium, cars is just one of my many expressions.
The way life has been going for me, having time to work on my car is a blessing. I’m sure people who have families can relate to that. Even if it’s just polishing your headlights or going for a quick drive! Know where you’re going, stay in your lane and keep your hands on the wheel. Don’t let any type of person/hype/social media rush you. You are in control. Peace.