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Texas 500 UCAP
2004 Texas 500
race I forgot to UCAP
heard of the movie "Escape from New York"?
I call this UCAP "Escape from TMS"!
our 2003 Texas 500 UCAP
Give New Meaning to
If you've read my previous
UCAPs, you may recall that my husband, Mark, works for The Richards
Group, an advertising agency here in Dallas. Home Depot is one
of the company's biggest clients, and as an audio engineer, Mark
handles all of their radio commercials and some of their TV ads.
Much to my surprise, in early March 2002, one
of Mark's connections came through with Pit/Garage Passes. Mark thought Mom
and I would enjoy the passes more than he would, so he was off to Lubbock
to visit his nephew from San Francisco while Mom and I headed to the races.
We tried to take lots
of notes and I shot 27 rolls of film, so I hope we've captured
the experience to your liking.
"Up Close and
Or what Barry Horn of the Dallas Morning
news calls "The-Race-at-the-end-of-the-World's-Biggest-Traffic-Jam".
No, we never did get
those luxury suite passes, and yes, Mark did elect to stay home
this year (his loss!), so Mom and I found ourselves in the infield,
cameras in hand, ready to take some GREAT photos for everyone.
Maybe not so Up-Close-And-Personal as last year, but some neat
stuff none-the-less. So sit back, relax, and enjoy our view from
the Redneck Seats!
Look out TMS, here we come!
ever wondered what Luxury Suite tickets looked like? We
did, so here they are. If you click on them, you can enter
our 1999 Texas 500 site!
patient, there's lots of photos on this site, so it may take a
while to load!
forget our 1997 and 1998 Texas 500 Recaps!
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